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Chase Tower

Identification

Chase Tower
Bank One Tower, American Fletcher Bank Tower
118700

Map

Structure in General

skyscraper
existing [completed]
steel
granite
curtain wall
postmodernism
forced air
normal floors
yes, centrally controlled

Usage

commercial office
parking

Facts

  • The Chase Tower is the tallest building in Indiana, and the tallest in the Midwest outside Chicago and Cleveland.
  • American Fletcher National Bank was to be headquartered in this building, but merged with Bank One before the completion of construction. The name reverted to Chase Tower in late 2005, after Bank One was purchased by JP Morgan Chase & Company.
  • One of the spires functions as a communications antenna, while the other is simply decorative.
  • Former site of the Hume-Mansur Building, demolished in 1980, and two lowrise buildings, the Board of Trade Building and Bankers Trust Building.
  • Follow this link to the Thomas Building to begin a timeline of the tallest high-rise buildings in Indianapolis since 1895.

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Location

111 Monument Circle
46204
U.S.A.

Technical Data

811.02 ft
811.02 ft
701.02 ft
625.00 ft
49
1987
1990
12.83 ft
22
895

Involved Companies

Architect:

Also recorded for this building:

consultant, developer, electrical engineering, elevator supplier, escalator supplier, facade consultant, facade engineering, fire protection engineering, general contractor, mechanical engineering, owner, parking management, project management, property management, real estate agent, roof installation, security system supplier, steel supplier, structural engineering, tenant, wind surveyor

Features & Amenities

  • One of the city's famous buildings