The Parker Building is named after attorney, John R. Parker, who had the tall narrow building built in *1905 at 434 State Street at the time the Erie Canal was still in use. It came before Proctors Theatre and The Carl Company and before the bank building now known as Key Hall.
It is sometimes referred to as the “Needle” because of its width of only 24 feet. It is over 100 feet high, has one elevator and originally had 63 offices with a square footage of 19,200 feet.
Address434 State St
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