Key Center

Cesar Pelli & Associates
1989-1991




View from the east from the 10th floor of the Stokes Library Addition

At 57 stories and a height of 888 feet, Key Tower is the tallest building in Cleveland and in Ohio. (Terminal Tower used to be the tallest.)
 

View from the east

Memorial Plaza, the site of the War Memorial Fountain and statue is just east of the building.
 

View from the north

The building just to the left is the BP Tower from the side. A little edge of the red Society for Savings Bank Hall can be seen to the right. Key Tower has a red cast supposedly to coordinate with the older bank.
 

Views from the south

The Society for Savings Bank Hall at Key Center by Burnham and Root is just to the left (or west)
 

Skyline views with Terminal Tower

 

Skyline views--right with BP America Building



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