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|117 South Main Street|
Dayton OH United States
| - office|
| - government|
| - highrise|
| - beaux arts|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Main roof||130 ft|
- Architect: Charles Insco Williams
- Developer: Louis Napoleon Reibold
- Architect (renovation): Architects Associated
- General Contractor (renovation): L. B. Robinson
- The building was named after its developed, and originally served as a department store. It later served as commercial office space, and finally local government offices for Montgomery County after a major 2002 renovation and expansion.
- The 2002 renovation and expansion also include the construction of a 11-story, 800-space parking garage attatched to the building.
- The structure was originally constructed in three phases, the center section in 1896, the South annex in 1904, and the the North annex in 1914.
- This structure was Dayton's tallest from 1896 to 1904 when it was overtaken as the tallest by the United Brethren Building, now known as the City Centre Building.
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