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A Closer Look: Curtiss Hotel

A Closer Look: Curtiss Hotel

From the Photo series: A Closer Look: Explore Western New York’s architectural treasures series
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Commissioned by lawyer Harlow Curtiss in the spring of 1912, the building that we know today as the Curtiss Hotel was originally home to a number of businesses, including the Kittinger Furniture Co. The building changed hands, and names, several times over the years before eventually being purchased and renovated by developer Mark D. Croce. It reopened as a boutique hotel in 2017. "Every room is unique," Croce told The News at the time.

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