List of tallest buildings in Evansville

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This list of tallest buildings in Evansville ranks skyscrapers and high-rises in the United States city of Evansville, Indiana, United States by height. The tallest building in the city is The 420 Building (formerly known as the Old National Bank Building). Completed in 1970, the building rises 248 feet (76 m) and 18 stories. The building stands as the 27th-tallest building in Indiana. The second-tallest skyscraper in the city is Fifth Third Center, which rises 226 feet (69 m).

Tallest buildings[edit]

This list ranks Evansville structures by height. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. Existing structures are included for ranking purposes based on present height.

Rank Name Height
ft / m
Floors Year Notes
1 The 420 Building 248 feet (76 m) 18 1970 Tallest building in Evansville since 1970. Formerly known as Old National Bank Building. Ceremonial groundbreaking took place on December 15, 1967, and foundation work started in early 1968.
2 Fifth Third Center 226 feet (69 m) 16 1981 Second tallest building in Evansville since 1981. Formerly known as the Citizens National Bank Building. Groundbreaking took place on April 23, 1980. On April 17, 1981, a crane cable snapped while lifting a 25-ton concrete column, causing it to fall to the ground, crushing a passing car, with both passengers suffering only minor injuries.
3 Old Vanderburgh County Courthouse 216 feet (66 m) 5 1891 Formerly known as the Conrad Baker Federal Building. The courthouse was designed in the Beaux-arts style and has been registered on the National Register of Historic Places since 1970.
4 St. Boniface Catholic Church 202 feet (62 m) 1882
5 St. Mary Catholic Church 175 feet (53 m) 1867 The church has been registered on the National Register of Historic Places since 1982.
6 Kunkel Square 155 feet (47 m) 12 1916 Also known as the Citizens National Bank Building and the Hilliard Lyons Building. In 2011, the building was converted to 46 luxury apartments. The building has been registered on the National Register of Historic Places since 1982. Region's first skyscraper.
7 First Security Bank 151 feet (46 m) 9 1998 Formerly known as the Integra Bank Building and the National City Bank Building.
8 St. Anthony Catholic Church 150 feet (46 m) 1896 Formerly known as St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church.

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