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Key Tower

Identification

Key Tower
Society Tower
121788

Map

Structure in General

skyscraper
existing [completed]
composite structure
granite
curtain wall
gray
postmodernism

Usage

commercial office

Facts

  • This was the tallest building between Chicago and New York City until the Comcast Center in Philadelphia was topped out in 2007.
  • Philip Johnson bid on this project but lost out to Cesar Pelli (see concept model photo in this building's photo files).
  • Key Tower's steel skeleton surpassed the height of the flagpole on Terminal Tower the week of November 26, 1990 making it the tallest building in Ohio.
  • The Key Tower looks very similar to the rejected first proposal presented by Pelli of the Wells Fargo Center (then called Norwest Tower), which was built 3 years earlier in Minneapolis.
  • The design is also similar to the unbuilt Society Center in Hartford, Connecticut.

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Location

100-124 St. Clair Avenue,
1350-1424 West Mall Drive
127 Public Square
44115
U.S.A.

Technical Data

947.01 ft
947.01 ft
888.01 ft
57
1988
1991

Involved Companies

Architect:

Also recorded for this building:

architectural metalwork supplier, concrete supplier, construction company, consultant, developer, electrical contractor, electrical engineering, elevator supplier, excavation company, facade designer, facade maintenance system supplier, facade supplier, general contractor, interior designer, mechanical systems installation, owner, parking management, property management, shell construction, steel supplier, structural engineering, tenant