Times Square Building in Rochester but when I finally saw it in person I was even more impressed than by the photos.
Originally the Genesee Valley Trust Company Building it was designed by architects Voorhees, Gmelin and Walker. It holds the distinction of having its cornerstone laid on 29 October, 1929, the day the stock market crashed marking the beginning of the Great Depression.
At ground level the building offers plenty of decoration. There are panels above the windows along the side of the building and two stone reliefs above the windows either side of the main entrance.
The Times Square Building is included on a self-guided walk of downtown Rochester by the Landmark Society of Western New York.