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The extraordinary success and growth of The Larkin Company resulted in the necessity of a terminal warehouse building. In 1911 construction began on The Larkin Terminal Warehouse Building (LCo) and one year later the 600 foot long by 100 foot wide, ten story, steel reinforced concrete building was completed and linked to the factory complex through a system of sky bridges and railroad tracks. LCo had a unique counter balanced elevator system which assisted in lowering the stored products to the lower floors after delivery from production via the sky bridges to the upper floors.

In 2001 CityView Properties and Taurus Partners purchased the Larkin Terminal Warehouse and the extensive renovation included the installation of over 2200 new windows, newly poured concrete floors, state-of-the-art mechanical systems including digitally controlled zoned heating and cooling, seven passenger elevators, two freight elevators and a Building Standby Power System second to none in Western New York. Amenities include a fully licensed Childcare Center, a Fitness Center, Conference Center, retail convenience store, private taxi service to the central business district and much more.

Larkin at Exchange

Renamed the Larkin at Exchange Building (LCo) it is now currently 98% leased and occupied with nearly 2000 people and a diverse workforce including law firms, advertising and public relation agencies, engineering and architectural firms, healthcare companies, financial firms, government agencies and offices, insurance, media and telecom, accounting firms and more.


The Larkin at Exchange Building is a landmark address of commerce and industry centered in a District of innovation and production.


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Larkin at Exchange is filled with framed historical photographs generously donated by the Erie County Historical Society and tenant amenities like the café and childcare center are named after the most popular Larkin products. Ceramic tile inlay is designed and installed in the visitor lobbies illustrating where trains actually entered the building on four separate tracks for the Larkin goods to be shipped across the country and several wall murals depict the Larkin Story and it’s connection to Frank Lloyd Wright and Buffalo’s famed past.

Tours for your group may be provided on an as-available basis and will be docent-led and scheduled by calling 716-362-2662 for reservations.

 
   

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