BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Buffalo's iconic HSBC Tower will soon be going by another name.
On Tuesday, the Common Council voted to approve the building be re-named to "One Seneca Tower," which will also be the building's new address.
The owners of the building applied for a name change because by the end of the month, the 2,000 HSBC employees will have moved out. The Phillips Lyttle Law Firm will exit a few weeks later.
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