Ellicott Square Building, Buffalo, New York

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Byron Manchester (was created by)
Daniel Hudson Burnham (was created by)
1895-1896; 1930 (floor mosaic)
Located at 295 Main Street in downtown Buffalo, the Ellicott Square Building covers an entire city block bounded by Main, South Division, Washington, and Swan Streets. It is a 10-story building that houses 60 offices and 40 stores. It is a steel frame structure. The floor mosaic was designed by William Winthrop Kent and James Johnson in 1930-31. Keywords: United States, New York, Erie County, commercial structures, building divisions, rooms and spaces, Italian Renaissance Revival, multistory buildings, views, courtyard, mosaic, stairs, stairway, staircase. Submitted by Byron Manchester, AIA.
19th Century (1800 - 1899 CE)
Renaissance Revival