Liberty Building - Table of Contents

Liberty Bank Building / Liberty Building
424 Main Street, Buffalo, NY

Photos taken in March 2011 from the Mid-Day Club on the  21st floor
Group 1 - Towards the Waterfront

City Hall

Background: Niagara River and Canada ..... Lower left: BAC ..... Middle left: City Court Building ..... Center: City Hall ..... Right, green: Federal Court Building, under construction ..... Far right: Statler Towers



Background to foreground:  Canada ..... Niagara River .....  City Hall ..... McKinley Monument



 City Hall



City Hall



McKinley Monument








Background: Lake Erie ..... Old County Hall and addition to the right



Old County Hall


 

From the top: Canada ... Niagara River ... Ward Pumping Station



Background to foreground:  Canada ..... Emerald Channel and Lake Erie ..... Water Intake Building

Left: The Pasquale - Ellicott Development's $30+ million Waterfront Place development includes the 13-story condominium tower with 49 units, 14 town homes and a landscaped central park area.  Chaintreuil, Jensen & Stark Architects in conjunction with Charles Gordon designed the project. The most expensive unit, a 3,633 sq.ft. three-bedroom penthouse, sold for $1.32 million.  Remaining units with 1,342 to 2,572 sq.ft. of space are priced from approximately $300,000.

 I-190 (raised highway) ..... Center right: Admirals Walk, 200 Lakefront Blvd. ..... Far center right: Observation Tower ..... Lower right: City Court Building




Background: Southtowns and Lake Erie ..... Connecting Terminal Grain Elevator .... Skyway ..... Church: St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral .....  Middle right: Dun Building ..... Lower right: Guaranty Building



Background: Southtowns and Lake Erie ..... Connecting Terminal Grain Elevator .... Skyway ..... Church: St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral



Upper right:  Steel Winds wind farm in Lackawanna ..... Lower left: Coca Cola Field baseball stadium .... Lower right: Ellicott Square Building



Ellicott Square Building  ...... Far right:  Main Place Tower (part of Main Place Mall). Architect was Max Abramovitz, of Harrison & Abramovitz, who also designed  Temple Beth Zion.






Special thanks to to Mid-Day Club Operator Jim Makowski for his cooperation.

Photos and their arrangement 2011 Chuck LaChiusa
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