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10 Lafayette Square, also known as the Tishman Building, is a high-rise office tower located in Lafayette Square Buffalo, NY. Completed in 1959, it is the thirteenth tallest building in Buffalo, standing 263 feet (80 m) and 20 stories tall. The building was home to the Fortune 500 company, National Fuel Gas until 2002 when the company relocated to the Buffalo suburb, Williamsville.
Buffalo City Tower was an approved 40-story, mixed-use, tower aiming to be the tallest in downtown Buffalo. It was to be developed by British property development company BSC Group, headed up by entrepreneur Bashar Issa. Details included: retail focused on the corner of S. Elmwood and Mohawk Street, 20 floors of office space at 24,400 GSF/floor, 10 floors of hotel totaling 300 rooms each at 380 – 500 sq ft., and 10 floors of 80 condos each at 965 – 1,500 sq ft (140 m).
Electric Tower, or General Electric Tower, is a historic office building and skyscraper located at Buffalo in Erie County, New York. It is the seventh tallest building in Buffalo. It stands 294 feet (89.6 m) and 13 stories tall and is in the Beaux-Arts Classical Revival style. It was designed by James A. Johnson and built in 1912. Additions were made in 1923 and 1928.
Key Center North Tower is a high-rise located in Buffalo, NY, it is the eighth tallest building in Buffalo. It stands 275 feet (85 m) and 17 stories tall. It was completed in 1990. The building has a twin tower next door, Key Center South Tower which is four stories shorter. In the front of the two towers is a large fountain in the summer. In the winter, it's an outdoor ice rink that is free to the public.
Key Center South Tower is a high-rise located in Buffalo, NY. It stands 225 feet (65 m) and 13 stories tall. It was completed in 1990. The building has a twin tower next door, Key Center North Tower which is four stories taller. In the front of the two towers is a large fountain in the summer but in the winter it is an outdoor ice rink that is free to the public.
The Liberty Building in Buffalo, New York, USA, is a rare example of neo-classical building. Built in 1925, the 23 story building is an office tower owned by the Main Liberty Group. It is 101 meters or 333 feet. An addition designed by Lyman & Associates was completed in 1961. The building is peaked with two replicas of the Statue of Liberty sculpted by Leo Lentelli. The Liberty Tower is the fifth tallest building in Buffalo.
Main Place Tower is a skyscraper and is the fourth tallest building in Buffalo, New York. Main Place Tower is owned by the Main Liberty Group. Main Place is home to many technology and communication firms. Many of the fiberoptic lines in Buffalo lead to Main Place Tower. The tower is connected to the Main Place Mall, Downtown's only shopping mall. Today the mall is mostly empty. Most of the shopping in Buffalo takes place on Elmwood and Hertel Avenues.
For the skyscraper in Rochester, New York, see One HSBC Plaza One HSBC Center is a skyscraper located in downtown Buffalo, New York. Formerly known as the Marine Midland Center, its name was changed when Marine Midland's parent company HSBC rebranded the bank as HSBC Bank USA. It was constructed at a cost of $50 million between 1969 and 1972, and contains over 1,200,000 square feet (111,000 m) of space.
One M & T Plaza is a high-rise building located in Buffalo, NY, United States. It is the sixth tallest building in Buffalo, standing 317 feet (97 meters) and 21 stories tall. It was completed in 1966. The building is the corporate headquarters for M&T Bank. Designed by the same architect as the former World Trade Center, Minoru Yamasaki, the building shares many similarities with the former iconic twin towers.