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About The Building

In 1868, Frederick Lam Olmsted and Calvert Vaux laid out the plans for a parks and parkway system in Buffalo, and they quickly decided to create Buffalo's first suburb as a buffer for Delaware Park. It was named Parkside, likely enough, and it was quickly filled with beautiful homes from many significant architects. Mostly single family homes fill these quiet tree lined streets, but one exception is Crescent Garden Apartments, a favorite for young professionals and university graduate students. Anywhere in Parkside, Delaware Park Apartments for rent are a great find. Dating from 1937, this quiet courtyard complex houses 26 units, but they are neatly divided into units of four, each with their own separate entrance and basement laundry. A fountain graces the courtyard of these Delaware Park apartments, and picnic tables and a grill await all residents in the warm months. In the cool months when the leaves fall, take in the views of the neighboring Frank Lloyd Wright home - The historic Darwin D. Martin House.

Building Features

Attractive 1 Bedroom Layouts
Oak Floors
Crown Moldings
Modern Kitchens
Tiled Baths
Backyard with Picnic Tables
Centered Courtyard
Maytag Laundry Room

Included in Rent

Heat
Electric
Water
Storage

Optional Features

Highspeed Internet
Expanded Cable

Near By

Historic Allentown
Subway
Delaware Park
Sisters Hospital
UB South Campus
Hertel Avenue Shopping and Restaurants
Buffalo General Medical Center

Available Apartments

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