Duke Energy Building facts for kids
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|Town or city||Cincinnati, Ohio|
|Height||269.03 feet (82.00 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Garber & Woodward and John Russell Pope|
|Known for||Location of Cincinnati's first white child birth|
The Duke Energy Building (formerly the Cincinnati Gas & Electric Company Building) is a historic, 18-story, 269-foot-tall (82 m) structure in Cincinnati, Ohio. It was designed by Cincinnati architectural firm Garber & Woodward and John Russell Pope.
The neoclassical tower was completed in 1929 for the Cincinnati Gas & Electric Company and served as the company's headquarters until its merger with Duke Energy in 2006.
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