Energy-efficient tower crowned tallest building in Cincinnati

June 28, 2011

The 41-story Great American Tower at Queen City Square has opened in Cincinnati, becoming the tallest building on the city’s skyline. Built by Eagle Realty Group and designed by HOK/St. Louis, the building is named for its lead tenant: The Great American Insurance Company. A distinguishing feature is the tiara-like crown that tops the building, which lights up during the night.

Adhering to energy-efficient initiatives, the tower is designed to achieve LEED Gold certification. 

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