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Huntsville Daily Times Building, Huntsville Times Building
Structure in General
The Times Building is considered to be Huntsville's first skyscraper.
This slender, buff-colored brick tower housed the local newspaper for 27 years until space requirements forced it to relocate in 1956.
It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
Fire Insurance maps indicate a main roof height (excluding roof and penthouse construction) of 125' (38 m).
Originally slated to have only 11 floors, a 12th floor was added after it was announced that the Russell Erskine Apartments would have 12 floors, in order to remain Huntsville's tallest at the time. As a result, the elevator only reaches the 11th floor.
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