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Fifth Third Center is a skyscraper located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. The building has 28 stories and rises to a height of 446 ft (136 m) with 515,000 square feet. It is currently the sixth tallest building in Cleveland. It was designed by RTKL Associates and was originally constructed as Bank One Center in 1992. It was renamed in 2003, when Fifth Third Bank of Cincinnati relocated to the structure. The site of the Fifth Third Center was occupied by the Hollenden House from 1890-1989.
The Huntington Bank Building (originally the Union Trust Building) is a high-rise office on Euclid Avenue in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. When the building was completed in 1924, it was the second largest building in the world in terms of floor space, with more than 30 acres (12 hectares) of floor space. It also included the world's largest bank lobby, which today remains among the largest in the world.
The Justice Center Complex is a building complex located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio that opened in 1976. It consists of the Cleveland Police Headquarters Building, the Cuyahoga County and Cleveland Municipal Courts Tower, and the Correction Center. It occupies a city block bounded by Lakeside Avenue, Ontario Street, West 3rd Street, and St. Clair Avenue. The Lakeside Avenue entrance faces the Cuyahoga County Court House, erected in 1912.
Key Tower is a skyscraper on Public Square in downtown Cleveland, Ohio designed by architect César Pelli. It is the tallest building in both the city of Cleveland and the state of Ohio, the 18th tallest building in the United States, and the 59th tallest building in the world. The top of the spire is the highest manmade point in the state of Ohio. The building reaches 57 stories or 948 feet (289 m) to the top of its spire, and it can be visible for up to twenty miles away.
Lighthouse Landing was a building complex proposed for construction in Cleveland, Ohio. The complex consists of two all-residential towers, Lighthouse Landing I and Lighthouse Landing II, and would have been built on a parking lot in the Flats of Downtown Cleveland. The two proposed structures would contain 22 and 18 floors, respectively, and stand among the tallest all-residential buildings in Cleveland upon completion.
The Marriott at Key Center is a skyscraper hotel in Cleveland, Ohio. The building rises 320 feet (98 m). It contains 28 floors, and was completed in 1991. The Marriott at Key Center currently stands as the 15th-tallest building in the city. The architect who designed the building was Cesar Pelli, who also designed the neighboring Key Tower, the tallest building in the city and the state. The Marriott at Key Center closely resembles the façade of the Key Tower.
PNC Center (formerly National City Center) is a skyscraper located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio at the northwest corner of Euclid Avenue and East 9th Street. The building has 35 stories and rises to a height of 410 ft (125 m), and was designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill. Construction on the building was finished in 1980. It served as the headquarters for the now defunct National City Corporation, and is now the Cleveland-area offices for PNC Financial Services.
The North Point Office Building and Tower (also known as North Point I and II) is a complex consisting of a skyscraper and an office building. It is located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio at the northeast corner of East 9th Street and Lakeside Avenue. North Point Tower was proposed by Cleveland Press owner Joseph Cole in 1979. In March 1980, The North Point Plan was revealed as a 500-foot (150 m), 41-story office tower with a glass enclosed atrium.
The AT&T Huron Road Building (formally known as the Ohio Bell Building) is an art deco skyscraper located at 750 Huron Road in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. It serves as the corporate headquarters for Ohio Bell, a regional telephone company owned by AT&T. The building has 24 stories and rises to a height of 365 ft (111 m).
The Ohio Savings Plaza, officially known as the AmTrust Bank Center, is a commercial high-rise building in Cleveland, Ohio. The building rises 253 feet (77 m) in Downtown Cleveland. It contains 17 floors, and was completed in 1969. The Ohio Savings Plaza currently stands as the 29th-tallest building in the city, tied in rank with the Penton Media Building and Ameritech Center. The architect who designed the building was George S. Ryder.