A former HSBC Bank USA branch in Niagara Falls that has been used as a community center for the past five years is being put on the market by United Way of Greater Niagara.
The 4,290-square-foot building, located at 1905 Pine St., is being marketed by Ben Schiller of Pyramid Brokerage Co. of Buffalo for $230,000.
Formerly a bank branch, the building has been owned by United Way since 2008. Its anchor tenant has been Everywoman Opportunity Center, but that agency’s state funding has been cut every year, jeopardizing its ability to keep that site open, said United Way of Greater Niagara President Carol G. Houwaart-Diez.
Another agency also used to be in the building but moved out, and United Way currently just uses the building for meetings and storage.