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|Centre City Building|
|40 South Main St.|
Dayton OH United States
| - office|
| - highrise|
| - stone|
| - brick|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|14th floor roof||210 ft|
• Architects: Charles Herby, F. J. Hughes & Company
• The Centre City Building when originally built was about 210 ft. tall. The upper floors (15-21) were added on in later years.
• The building is rumored to have a wooden subframe. This has not been verified, but if found to be true, the Centre City Building would be the tallest wooden-framed building in the world.
• The original 14-story portion was completed in 1904 as the United Brethren Building. The tower was added later in 1924.
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