Skyscrapers Cities Fort Wayne Summit Square

Attributed to flickr user Kristina Frazier-Henry
Attributed to flickr user Kristina Frazier-Henry
Height442 feet

About Summit Square

One Summit Square is the tallest office building in Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States, as well as the tallest reinforced concrete building in the state of Indiana. One Summit Square is a 27-story steel frame building standing at 134.7 m (442 ft). It was completed in 1982 and designed by the architects, Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo & Associates, to give the illusion of being two buildings, the adjoining tower housing the elevators. The original plan called for a twin tower, but due to lack of money and the project going into debt, the second tower was never built. On the land where the twin tower was to be built, is now a community square. Tenants to the building include the regional headquarters of JP Morgan Chase in northeast Indiana as well as electricity provider Indiana Michigan Power.

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