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American Telephone & Telegraph Company Building

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Identification

American Telephone & Telegraph Company Building
Telephone Building
203126

Structure in General

high-rise building
demolished [destroyed]
renaissance revival

Usages

commercial office
switching station

Facts

  • Fire Insurance maps indicate the building was 115 feet to the top of the turret on its northwest corner.
  • The third floor housed a telephone exchange while the remaining floors contained offices.
  • The Terminal Tower occupies the former location of the Telephone Building.
  • The building was the tallest structure demolished to clear land for the Union Terminal Project.
  • Champlain Avenue formerly ran west between the southwest quadrant of and from to a now vacated section of Columbus Road near the location of the Carl B. Stokes Federal Courthouse.

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Location

1591 West 3rd Street
243 Champlain Avenue (Vacated)
1591 West 3rd Street (Vacated)
Downtown
Tower City
Cleveland
Ohio
U.S.A.

Technical Data

115.00 ft
115.00 ft
95.00 ft
8
1
1922
3
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