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Cutter Financial Center

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Identification

Cutter Financial Center
103098

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Structure in General

skyscraper
unbuilt [cancelled]
shear wall
steel
brick
limestone
applied masonry
white red
postmodernism

Usages

rental apartments commercial office
shop(s) parking

Facts

  • The brick and limestone facade was meant to be a reference to Hartford's early 20th-century colonial revival buildings.
  • The gold-leafed dome crowning the building was reminiscent of the dome on Charles Bullfinch's Old State House, a local landmark from the 18th century.
  • The upper stories were planned to house 150 apartments.
  • If built, it would have been New England's tallest building, surpassing Boston's Hancock Place by nearly 100 feet.
  • The Cutter Financial Center was one of several large projects proposed for Hartford in the late 1980s.

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Location

Trumbull and Jewell Streets
06103
Hartford
Connecticut
U.S.A.

Technical Data

878.01 ft
878.01 ft
61
1,200

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