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The AEP Building is a 456ft (139m) tall skscraper in Columbus, Ohio. It was completed in 1983 and has 31 floors. Abramovitz, Harris & Kingsland designed the building, which is the 8th tallest in Columbus. It has served as the headquarters of the American Electric Power Company since they relocated from New York City in 1983.
Capitol Square is a 350ft (107m) tall skyscraper in Columbus, Ohio. It was completed in 1984, has 26 floors, and 45,939 m² of floor space. Abramovitz, Harris & Kingsland designed the building, which is the 13th tallest building in Columbus. The 20 floor Hyatt on Capitol Square is part of the same complex, and is constructed on the former site of the Hartman Building.
Columbus Center is a 357ft (109m) tall skyscraper in Columbus, Ohio. It was completed in 1964 and has 25 floors. It is the 12th tallest building in Columbus, and the tallest constructed in the 1960s. The building served as the headquarters of Bank One prior to its merger with First Chicago NBD, and formerly was known as the Bank One Tower.
The Franklin County Government Center is a government complex in Columbus, Ohio. The tallest building in the complex is the 27 floor, 464ft tall Franklin County Courthouse. It is the 7th tallest building in Columbus. Other building include 19 floor Municipal Court, and the 10 floor Hall of Justice, both designed by Prindle & Patrick. The 7 floor New Franklin County Hall of Justice will be completed in 2010.
The Hyatt Regency Columbus is a high-rise hotel in Columbus, Ohio. The building rises 20 floors and 256 feet (78 m) in height, and stands as the 23rd-tallest building in the city. The structure was completed in 1980. The Hyatt Regency Columbus was designed by architects Prindle, Patrick + Associates, an architectural and engineering firm. The building contains a four-star Hyatt hotel, which consists of 615 rooms and 16 suites, as well as a grand ballroom and 32 conference rooms.