Larkin Terminal Warehouse
|Larkin Terminal Warehouse|
|Alternative names||Larkin R/S/T Building, Larkin at Exchange|
|Architectural style||International style|
|Address||726 Exchange Street at van Rensselaer Street|
|Town or city||Buffalo, New York|
|Current tenants||First Niagara,Capital Management Services, Kaleida Health|
|Owner||Larkin Development Group|
|Antenna spire||286.1 ft (87.2 m)|
|Structural system||steel reinforced concrete|
|Floor area||600,000 sq ft (55,741.8 m2)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Lockwood Greene & Company|
|Main contractor||Aberthaw Construction Co|
The Larkin Terminal Warehouse also known as Larkin at Exchange or the Larkin R/S/T Building :p.88 is located at 726 Exchange Street, Buffalo, New York in a neighborhood known as the "Hydraulics". The neighborhood was one of Buffalo's earliest industrial districts and it derived its name from the construction of a small hydraulic canal. The building, clearly visible from the I-190 interstate, was originally part of the Larkin Company and was one of the last constructed buildings in the complex. The building has a radio tower on top of it which was erected by WBEN in 1936.
The Larkin Company owned the building until 1967, when it was sold to Graphic Controls. In 2001, CityView Properties purchased the building from Graphic Controls. The group has spent over 40 million dollars in renovations to the building.  On September 10th 2009, First Niagara Financial Group relocated its corporate headquarters to the Larkin Terminal Warehouse building.
Other buildings in the Larkin complex include:
- Larkin Power station at 635 Seneca Street.
- Larkin Factory Complex Buildings: B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K N, O, (The Seneca Industrial Center) at 701 Seneca Street.
- Larkin L/M Warehouse (now Army Navy Surplus), at 290 Larkin Street.
- Larkin U Building at 239 Rensselaer street.
- Larkin Men's Club at 696 Seneca Street.
- Larkin Administration Building (Demolished) 680 Seneca Street
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