Located in Niagara Falls, New York The Giacomo (formerly known as the United Building) was built in 1929 and designed by the renowned architectural firm of Eiswin and Johnson. The building was home to the United Hotel Company. Within this multicolored brick and Mayan revival terra cotta ornamentation, the building embodies the characteristics of the Art Deco style that was prevalent in the early 20th century. At 20 stories in height it is one of the tallest structures in downtown Niagara Falls, and offers its residents breathtaking views of Niagara Falls, the Rapids, and the Canadian skyline. The historical and architectural significance of the building represents an enduring link between Niagara Falls past and the promise of its future. Please call for an appointment today.