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Accolades for Guarunty Building From Preservation Conference Attendees, Media

October 24, 2011

The Guaranty Building, Hodgson Russ’s historic headquarters, garnered much-deserved praise and media attention in the weeks leading up to and during the four-day National Preservation Conference, held this year in Buffalo, NY.

The conference, organized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, drew thousands from across the country and around the world to view Buffalo’s most culturally significant architectural landmarks, including the Guaranty Building. Conference attendees were given the opportunity to tour the first and second floors and attend a lecture on the firm’s significant restoration of the property.

Designed by master architect Louis Sullivan and completed in 1895, the steel-frame constructed, terra cotta-clad Guaranty Building is considered a gem of American architecture and a forerunner of the modern skyscraper.

"New for Buffalo: A Superiority Complex"
Buffalo News - October 23, 2011 

Gary M. Schober on the Guaranty Building, Part of WNED's Ten-Part Buffalo Architecture Interview Series
WNED - October 20, 2011

Guaranty Building Tours Kick Off National Preservation Conference
WKBW-TV - October 19, 2011

From Far and Wide, Building Praise
Buffalo News - October 19, 2011

Terra Cotta Treasures
Buffalo News - October 18, 2011

Guaranty Glows in Film Role: Landmark Featured in Documentary on Famous Architect
Buffalo News - October 18, 2011