By Stephen T. Watson | Published April 13, 2018 | Updated April 13, 2018
A gym that features boxing workouts is punching its way into the Main Street business district in Amherst.
Level Red Boxing, founded in Erie, Pa., is opening a new location in the Lymstone Lofts mixed-use building at 5933 Main St., straddling the Amherst-Williamsville boundary line across from Williamsville South High School.
Level Red Boxing, which also has a location in Pittsburgh, offers “boxing-inspired group fitness” through workouts that also include kettle bell strength exercises and core conditioning, according to its website. The workouts cater to everyone from beginners to gym rats, the company said.
Whether you’re a young professional desiring a maintenance-free lifestyle or an empty nester looking to downsize, Lymstone Lofts, located in the quaint Village of Williamsville, is just what you’re looking for. Situated on Main Street across from Williamsville South High School and within walking distance of Erie Community College, Lymstone Lofts offers urban-style, maintenance free living with walkable access to restaurants, parks and shopping. It is located in the Williamsville School District, one of the highestranking districts in the area.
The unique spelling of “Lymstone” pays homage to Buffalo architect Duane Lyman, whose firm designed Williamsville South High School, among other prominent local buildings. Choose from 10 open floor plans comprised of six one-bedroom/1.5 bathroom units, two one-bedroom/one bathroom units or 12 two-bedroom/two bathroom units. All 20 apartments boast plenty of natural light and high-end designer finishes throughout.
Williamsville, NY The luxury apartments at the Lymstone Lofts are opening soon, bringing “urban-style” living to the community. The Lymstone Lofts are owned by Bevilacqua Development and developed as part of their 5933 Main St. mixed-use center, located across from Williamsville South High School. The Lymstone Lofts feature 20 luxury apartments situated above shops, restaurants, retail and office space on the ground floor.
By Stephen T. Watson | Published July 28, 2017 | Buffalo News
The Lymstone Lofts building on the Williamsville-Amherst border is set to open to its residential tenants next week, with a spa and Lloyd Taco Factory coming after that.
Bevilacqua Development is developer and general contractor on the three-story building at 5933 Main St., across from Williamsville South High School. The 56,000-square-foot building has retail on the first floor and 20 upscale apartments on the upper floors.
Bevilacqua has leased nine of the apartments and the first tenants are set to move in as soon as next week, pending final inspections, said CEO Jonathan Bevilacqua.
The upscale apartments in a three-story building now nearing completion on Main Street in Williamsville will feature 8-foot-high doors, quartz countertops and a second head in every shower meant to reproduce the effect of rainfall.
There are 20 apartments in the Lymstone Lofts, located at 5933 Main St. across from Williamsville South High School, and amenities like these are why Bevilacqua Development LP plans to charge monthly rents ranging from $1,600 for a one-bedroom unit to up to $2,800 for a two-bedroom unit, depending on the size and room layout.
“There’s pretty strong demand, I believe, for residential housing in the village, and there’s not a lot of new supply in that area,” CEO Jonathan Bevilacqua said.
A pair of projects — one residential and the other commercially-focused — have been added to Bevilacqua Development L.P.’s pipeline.
The Amherst-based developer is proposing to construct an eight-unit apartment complex just off of Edgewater Drive in Amherst and has also landed its first two tenants for the fledgling Transit Meadows Office Park. Combined the two developments represent an $11.5 million investment by the company.
Lloyd Taco Factory, which last year opened its first bricks-and-mortar locations in Buffalo, is the first restaurant and/or retailer who agreed to move into the Lymstone Lofts, a mixed-use development under construction by Bevilaqua Development.
Buoyed by a pair of high profile residential-based projects and the completion of a $3 million make over of Main Street, the Village of Williamsville is poised to be a development hot spot.
At least that’s the hope of Brian Kulpa, Williamsville mayor.
Kulpa, in releasing his “Prospectus: Williamsville” blueprint for the suburban village, said he would love to see investors use the its Main Street business landscape as a development destination.