Villa Maria Academy becomes Senior Living

Former Villa Maria Academy becomes Angela's house senior housing - Project Development - Marc Romanowski - Rupp Pfalzgraf - People at Law

The former Villa Maria Academy, a beloved historic landmark, sat vacant for 17 years. Recently it underwent a remarkable 22.8 million-dollar transformation to become Angela’s House Senior Housing. This visionary project was developed by Delta Development and CB-Emmanuel Realty. It provides our seniors with comfortable, supportive, and dignified housing. We are thrilled to witness the preservation of this significant building while addressing the crucial needs of our elderly population.

Rupp Pfalzgraf project development and environmental law partner, Marc Romanowski, has provided counsel in the development of this project. It is a project he is particularly proud of. Angela’s House Senior Housing will serve as a beacon of compassion, providing a safe and nurturing environment for our seniors to thrive. The building now houses 67 apartments for low-income seniors, over the age of 55.

“Seven of the apartments are for mobility-impaired tenants, and 21 are reserved for frail and elderly seniors and those experiencing homelessness, who will pay no more than 30% of their income.”

Buffalo News

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone involved in making this project a reality. Together, we are building a brighter future for our seniors, ensuring they can enjoy their golden years with comfort, dignity, and a strong sense of community.

For more details and to learn about this endeavor, we invite you to read The Buffalo News article, by Jonathan D. Epstein, linked below.

Former Villa Maria Academy becomes Angela’s House Senior Housing