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Carew-Netherland Complex

Identification

Carew-Netherland Complex
Carew Tower Complex
Netherland Complex
Tower Place
mixed-use
102114

Map

Facts

  • Together, the Carew Tower and Netherland Plaza Hotel form the largest mixed-use project in Cincinnati. A smaller version of and akin to New York's Rockefeller Center, the buildings anchor the southwest corner of Fountain Square.
  • The entire complex was constructed in only 13 months and cost $33 million, an enormous sum during the Great Depression.
  • This full-block complex was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 5, 1982 and named a National Historic Landmark in 1994.
  • In addition to the Office Tower and Hotel, the complex includes the Tower Place Mall which houses over 50 retail shops and restaurants.
  • The entire complex was renovated from 1982-1993 at an approximate cost of $80 million.

Location

Cincinnati
Ohio
U.S.A.

Involved Companies


Delano & Aldrich

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# Building Height Floors Building type Year Status
1 undefined-east-facade-from-p-g-plaza Carew Tower 574 ft 49 skyscraper 1931
2 interiorphoto-skyline-mural-on-the-staircase Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza 372 ft 31 skyscraper 1931
3 Carew-Netherland Garage 342 ft 27 skyscraper 1931
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demolished
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