Franklin County Government Center
|Franklin County Government Center|
Franklin County Courthouse
|Roof||464 ft (141 m)|
History and structures
The park has a metal sculpture by an unknown artist.
The tallest building in the complex is the 27-floor, 464-foot (141 m) tall Franklin County Courthouse at 373 South High Street. It is the seventh tallest building in Columbus. This is the third incarnation of the Franklin County Courthouse and hosts the majority of the county government agencies. It was designed by architectural firm DesignGroup, Inc. following the postmodern architectural style.
Other major buildings in the complex include the 19-floor Municipal Court at 375 South High Street and the 10-floor Hall of Justice at 369 South High Street, both designed by Prindle & Patrick. The seven-floor new Franklin County Common Pleas Courthouse at 345 South High Street was completed in 2010.
The Hall of Justice at 369 South High Street began a two-year renovation in early 2013.
Other facilities in the complex include:
- Dorrian Commons Park
- Pavilion at 365 S. High Street
- James A. Karnes Building (Franklin County Sheriff's Office) at 410 S. High Street
- Franklin County Correctional Center I at 370 S. Front Street
- Juvenile Detention Center/Parking Garage at 399 S. Front Street
- 34 East Fulton Street Parking Garage
- 80 E. Fulton Street Service Building
- "[Untitled]". Ohio Outdoor Sculpture. Retrieved October 28, 2018.
- Large Oval with Points, Ohio Outdoor Sculpture
- "CMA's Oval with Points by Henry Moore Moves to New Location at outside the new Courthouse".
- Franklin County Government Facilities
- Franklin County Government Facilities Mgmt.
- Dorrian Commons press release
- "Building renamed in honor of ailing sheriff"
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