A part of Buffalo’s architectural
history redefined for the millennium.
100 South defines the true sophistication of City Living!
Built in 1916, as a manufacturing facility, the building is best known as the Corn Exchange of Buffalo, operating from the late 1930’s through the 1960’s as the inspection site for corn, wheat and grains being shipped to area milling factories together with a grain commodities trading floor.
The distinctive square four-story building was transformed in 2011 into 26 loft-style luxury apartments located in the heart of Buffalo’s Central Business District.
Units are available from 700 square feet to 1,300 square feet in one or two bedroom styles.