|Address:||50 West Main Street, Rochester, NY|
|Architect:||Charles F. Crandall,|
John F. Strobel
|Honors:||National Registry of Historic Places|
|Links:||Democrat & Chronicle,|
Originally known as the Duffy-McInnerney Company, this was the second largest department store in the state. The building included a beautiful 800-seat restaurant on the 7th floor. It was also the first Rochester building to be electrified, using Edison light buibs.
The Duffy-Powers Building was formerly listed in the National Registry of Historic Places but was removed due to owner objection.