16 East Broad Street
|16 East Broad Street|
|Alternative names||Hayden Building|
|Architectural style||Chicago school|
|Location||16 East Broad Street
|Roof||180 ft (55 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Frank L. Packard|
16 East Broad Street is a building in Columbus, Ohio. Completed in 1901, the building stands at a height of 180 feet (55 m), with 13 floors. It stood as the tallest building in the city until being surpassed by 8 East Broad Street in 1906.
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