News | 06/21/2011
The HOK-designed Great American Tower at Queen City Square - with 41 stories the tallest structure on the Cincinnati skyline - has been dedicated. The shimmering addition to downtown Cincinnati was built by Eagle Realty Group, a subsidiary of Western & Southern Financial Group.
It is named for lead tenant, The Great American Insurance Company. Designed by HOK/St. Louis, it is topped by a tiara-like crown that when lit, brightens the nighttime sky.
Designed to achieve LEED Gold Certification, the 1.089-million square-foot mixed-use tower overlooks The Great American Ballpark and presents dramatic views of the Cincinnati riverfront. It features;
The building was dedicated May 26 at the Queen City Ball, a charity event which benefited the Barrett Cancer Center and the Lindner Center of HOPE.