The Dun Building

110 Pearl Street

The Dun Building has the distinct honor of being Buffalo's first steel-framed skyscraper, finished in 1895. Designed by architects Green and Wicks, it is also believed to be the first fireproof building, constructed in Renaissance-Revival style bricks, tile, concrete and steel. The building is named after Robert G. Dun the first occupant and the founder of the R.G. Dun Company that became Dun & Bradstreet, the nation's oldest and largest credit reporting agency. Today, the Dun Building is home to several commercial businesses, including the newest SATO restaurant, serving modern Japanese cuisine.

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Building Overview

  • Commercial
  • 38,000 Square Feet
  • 10 Floors

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The Dun Building, a Nationally Historic Registered Building, is one of Buffalo's most iconic properties. This building, managed by our experienced team, is conveniently located near parking at the 93 Pearl ramp and public transportation and features swipe card access for extra security.

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