From the 1960s until the mid-1980s merger of American Fletcher National
Bank into Bank One, a large square sign with the initials "AFNB" sat atop the Fletcher
Trust Building. It was then redone with the Bank One logo, until the bank vacated the
property in 1992.
Electus D. Litchfield won the design competion for the Fletcher Trust Building but was dismissed. Arthur Bohn served as the local architect overseeing construction of the Holabird & Roche design.
The last office tenant, Bank One, vacated the building in 1992. Charles C. Brandt Construction Company served as the contractor during a renovation project in 1996. The building reopened as the Ramada Waterbury Indianapolis Hotel at that time.
Another renovation by First Hospital Group Inc. and Shiel Sexton began in 2002. The property reopened as the Hilton Garden Inn Indianapolis Downtown on December 17, 2003.
This is the tallest building in Indianapolis completed between 1910-1919.
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