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Fourth and Walnut Centre

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Identification

Fourth and Walnut Centre
Clopay Building, First National Bank Building
122032

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
steel
chicago school

Usages

commercial office

Facts

  • The former First National Bank Building was the tallest in Cincinnati from 1904 until 1913, when the PNC Tower, then the Union Central Life Insurance Building, was completed.
  • The Fourth & Walnut Centre is the tallest of four Burnham Skyscrapers in Cincinnati. Just catercorner across the Fourth Street and Walnut Street intersection stands Bartlett Building, built 3 years earlier and standing 3 feet shorter.
  • This building is on a slope, with 20 floors above ground at the southern end, away from the main entrance.

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Location

101-107 East 4th Street
320-338 Walnut Street
105 East 4th Street
45202
Cincinnati
Ohio
U.S.A.

Technical Data

77.72 m
77.72 m
73.46 m
19
2
1904
7

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