Xerox Tower is a skyscraper in downtown Rochester, New York standing at 443 feet (135 m) tall. When it was built in 1967, it was the tallest building made of poured-in-place exposed aggregate concrete. It is the tallest building in Rochester, as well as the third tallest building in New York outside of New York City. It was initially used as the headquarters of Xerox Corporation.
It is sometimes referred to by employees as the 'Toner Tower' in reference to the building's dark gray color and Xerox's printer business.
The Digital X Xerox logo was removed from the top of the building in 2005 because the company no longer used that logo.
On April 18, 2009, Xerox announced their wish to sell the tower and other buildings in Xerox Square, and lease back the office space.