Once a meat market, a post office and a doctor’s office, today The Kamman Building at 755 Seneca Street is home to architects, designers, programmers and engineers. Designed by prominent Buffalo architect F.W. Caulkins in 1883, the 4-story brick and Medina sandstone building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, serving as a prime example of the Romanesque Revival style. Bordering Larkin Square in the heart of Buffalo’s reimagined Hydraulics district, The Kamman has undergone a complete restoration, transformed into a vibrant, mixed-use space for both offices and residences. Inspired by the creativity that fuels Buffalo’s renaissance, The Kamman Building stands as an unassuming, yet significant landmark to progress in our community.