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Hilton Garden Inn Indianapolis Downtown

Identification

Hilton Garden Inn Indianapolis Downtown
Fletcher Trust Building, Ramada Waterbury Indianapolis, American Fletcher National Bank
118673

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
steel
neo-classicism

Usages

hotel

Facts

  • 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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Location

12-24 East Market Street
102-112 North Pennsylvania Street
10 East Market Street
46204
Center Township
Indianapolis
Indiana
U.S.A.

Technical Data

218.00 ft
218.00 ft
205.00 ft
16
1
1914
1915
2003
5

Involved Companies


Holabird & Roche
Arthur Bohn
owner, property management, tenant

2003

construction company, developer, general contractor
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