Aaron LaMarca buys Bryant Street home from cousin Angelo Turco

Last October he bought Louie’s Foot Long Hot Dogs, the Town of Tonawanda seasonal hot dog stand, from his cousins Angelo Turco and Debbie Turco.
Now he’s purchased Angelo Turco’s house in the Elmwood Village to use as his private residence.
According to March 9 filings in the Erie County Clerk’s office, LaMarca paid $435,000 for a house at 383 Bryant St., buying it from Angelo Turco. The 3,542-square-foot house was constructed in 1885.
Angelo Turco bought the house in August 2000 for $140,000. LaMarca said he will reopen Louie’s Foot Long Hot Dogs in April.
• Aspen Heights Partners of Austin, Texas, completed the acquisition of 41.87 acres needed for the $83.3 million student housing complex in Amherst’s Muir Woods.
One month after paying $8.5 million for half of the land it needs at 1081 N. French Road, Aspen Heights Partners — through its Amherst NY Properties KP6 LLC and Parcel 2 Muir Woods Owners LLC affiliates — paid a combined $6.3 million for the remaining 21 acres.
Combined, Aspen Heights Partners paid $14.8 million for the vacant Muir Woods land.
“The deal was a continuation from the earlier deal,” said Andrew Schwartz, Ciminelli spokesman.
Aspen Heights will begin construction this spring on the 1,800-bed student housing development. The first phase, with 220 apartments, is on pace to be completed by mid-2023. The second phase, with 295 apartments, will start in 2023.
Muir Woods, a 110-acre complex off the I-990 and north of the University at Buffalo North Campus, will have a mix of single-family, apartments and student housing-based apartments.
• Another day, another Buffalo real estate deal for Canadian investor Michael Appleton. Appleton’s Silver Lining Homes LLC paid $110,000 for a single-family home at 216 Mackinaw St. The owners were James and Kathleen Blake. Appleton, on March 8, bought two neighboring homes on Southside Parkway.
Appleton – an Owen Sound, Ontario resident — has purchased 84 Buffalo homes for slightly more than a combined $10.1 million since September.
• Sportsman Tavern owner Dwayne Hall, through his Hall & Son Properties LLC affiliate, bought a mixed-use building at 345 Amherst St., Buffalo. The house is near the Sportsman, located at 326 Amherst St.
Hall & Sons paid $200,000 for the 102-year-old house.
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