Kamman Building


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Kamman Building, photo by Mike Puma


755 Seneca Street Buffalo, NY 14210
Immediately to the East of Larkin Square.
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Fillmore Council District
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Next to: 775 Seneca Street , Larkin 'U' Building
Across from: Nauland Building and F. X. Winkler & Sons Building


KAMMAN GROUP LLC per propertyviewer
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Physical Description

Designed and built some time between 1878 and 1883. 13,000 sq.ft. four story brick building designed in the Romanesque Renaissance style by architect F. W. Caulkins.

Current Condition


  • The property was owned by the Kamman family until 1916, when it was sold to the Larkin Company.
  • A post office substation was located in the building starting in 1893.
  • Former home of a soda fountain, drug store, meat shop, medical offices, apartments, and a U. S. Post Office for the Larkin Company.

Recent Events and Actions Taken

  • 2000's - Had been vacant for more than ten years
  • 2009/2010 - The architecture firm of Chaintreuil | Jensen | Stark performed a $2 million renovation and made it the firm's headquarters.

Other Pertinent Facts

  • It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.
  • Located within Buffalo's oldest manufacturing district, the Hydraulics Neighborhood.
  • Sept 2009 - Nomination for State and Local Register of Historic Places submitted for Hydraulics on a Multiple Property Documentation Form, laying the groundwork for property owners to designate other buildings in the neighborhood as historic.


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Added 2013-01-15 • Last changed 2015-01-23