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Ohio Bell Huron Building

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Identification

Ohio Bell Huron Building
Ohio Bell Telephone Company Building
121781

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Structure in General

skyscraper
existing [completed]
steel
art deco

Usages

commercial office

Facts

  • On top is an ATT toll switch and microwave site.
  • Cleveland's tallest art deco building.
  • Ohio Bell changed its name to Ameritech in 1993.
  • This building inspired the creators of the Superman comic series in their design of the fictional "Daily Planet" building.
  • The building, shortly after its opening, was nicknamed "The Temple to Telephony".
  • Groundbreaking for the telephone building occurred on July 1, 1925.

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Location

720-798 Huron Road
2120 East 8th Street
750 Huron Road
44113
SBC Cleveland
Downtown
Gateway
Cleveland
Ohio
U.S.A.

Technical Data

365.00 ft
365.00 ft
22
3
1925
1927

Involved Companies

Hubbell & Benes

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