The State Tower Building is a historic art deco high-rise in Downtown Syracuse. Built in 1928, it is still the tallest building in Syracuse at just over 300 feet high. It is a contributing part of the Hanover Square historic district.
It is the site of regular peregrine falcon nesting. In 2010, four falcons were born including four males. It also has a large flagpole at the top which Syracuse.com ran a story of how it is still raised and lowered manually.