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LeVeque Tower Documentary to be Screened at The Drexel

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The LeVeque Tower was the first skyscraper to dominate Downtown Columbus, and while it’s no longer our tallest building, it’s still viewed by many as the historic centerpiece in our skyline. Local filmmaker Seth Moherman will be screening “The Citadel, Birth of the LeVeque Tower”, a documentary about the interesting history behind the building this […]

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LeVeque Tower has New Owner, Apartments Planned

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Your favorite local landmark is about to become a bit more significant. According to a Dispatch article posted this evening, the LeVeque Tower has a new owner and plans to possibly convert some of the upper floors into apartment units. Several years ago, the penthouse suite located in the 43rd and 44th floors was available […]


Best Local Landmark of 2010 – LeVeque Tower

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Another question new to this year’s “Best of 2010” list is the landmark question. We felt that it was a significant question to our poll takers after so many conversations this year revolved around the idea of branding (or re-branding) our city. The iconic 86-year-old LeVeque tower stood tall in first place on our list. […]

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LeVeque Tower to be Subject of New Documentary

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From Columbuslandmarks.org: Columbus Landmarks receives grant for LeVeque documentary A Star is Born! Columbus Landmarks Foundation is proud to announce that the LeVeque Tower will soon be starring in her first major film. Production is under way, with a birth date arrival scheduled for fall 2010.


LeVeque Tower penthouse is available for rent

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The Dispatch wrote LeVeque Tower penthouse — straddling 43rd and 44th floors — available for rent Sunday, April 27, 2008 BY STORY BY TIM FERAN Anyone can live in an architectural masterpiece and look down on everyone else in town — literally. Anyone, that is, who wants to pay $4,500 a month to rent the […]


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