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Wade Hampton Inn

Identification

Wade Hampton Inn
102876

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Structure in General

high-rise building
demolished [destroyed]
rigid frame
steel
brick
applied masonry
red
early modernism

Usages

hotel

Facts

  • The Wade Hampton Inn was a red brick building in a mid-20th Century modern style.
  • It consisted of an original building at Gervais and Main and an addition of nearly equal size on its western end.
  • It was named in honor of Wade Hampton, who served as governor between 1876 and 1878 and as a United States Senator between 1878 and 1890.
  • It was demolished to make way for the Capitol Center.
  • Fire Insurance maps indicate main roof heights (excluding penthouse construction) of 150'.

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Location

1125 Gervais Street
1201-1203 Main Street
1125 Gervais Street
29201
Columbia
South Carolina
U.S.A.

Technical Data

150.00 ft
12
1940
1985
4

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