Structure in general
- The glass and and steel multi-atrium core is recessed from the red granite-clad office complex, creating an overall effect of two towers linked by glass.
- A nine-story lobby affords tenants and visitors an expansive view of the surrounding city.
- The office tower is situated along an axial corridor that originates with the Ohio State Capitol building to the east and terminates at the Scioto River to the west.
- The top of the building rises two stories in a series of stepped greenhouses to create penthouse office space.
- The Huntington Center replaced the Neil House.
- This is the tallest building completed in Columbus during the 1980s.
- Huntington Center was inspired by the existing Ohio Statehouse on the State House Lawn.
- Covered walkways exist at the second level. They connect to the existing Huntington Bank Building to the north and to the Center's attached low-rise hotel and parking facilities to the west.
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41 South High Street
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Features & Amenities
- One of the city's famous buildings