BUFFALO-The landmark building, the former Spaghetti Warehousewhich has been vacant for over 10 years, will soon be redevelopedinto an apartment building. Jim Swiezy and Paul Kolkmeyer haveplans for a $7 million renovation to convert the46,000-square-foot, four-story building into a 39-unit apartmentbuilding.


The units will measure between 750 square feet and 1,000 squarefeet. The building is already under contract from Al Nemmer, whopurchased the building in 2007. For the full story, go toDallas Business Journal.

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