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City Tower

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Identification

City Tower
Old National Bank Building
The 420 Building
128036

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
concrete
concrete
glass
marble
curtain wall
white dark green
modernism

Usages

residential condominium commercial office
mercantile parking

Facts

  • The 18-story City Tower is the tallest building in the city and the tallest between Indianapolis, Nashville, St. Louis, and Louisville.
  • It was built as the new headquarters for Old National Bank and replaced the Hotel Lincoln and an earlier headquarters of Old National Bank, the Old National Bank Building, also at 420 Main Street.
  • The ceremonial groundbreaking took place on December 15, 1967. Foundation work started in early 1968.
  • The original facade was characterized by dark-tinted glass contrasting with delicate, light-colored mullions, and a cornice-like loggia surrounding the top story.
  • In 2004, the bank moved its headquarters to the new Old National Place, located directly on the Ohio River riverfront.
  • A $25 million renovation was announced in 2017 that will convert it into a mixed-use building consisting of retail, office, and condominium space.
  • The renovation will include a new glass facade that will remove the vertical mullions and cornice-like loggia.

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Location

416-432 Main Street
2-12 NW 5th Street
420 Main Street
47708
Evansville
Indiana
U.S.A.

Technical Data

75.59 m
75.59 m
18
1
1968
1970
2018 - 2020
150

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2018 - 2020

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Features & Amenities

  • Terraces are available
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