Centre City Tower (Pittsburgh)

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Centre City Tower
General information
TypeOffice
Location650 Smithfield Street
Coordinates40°26′33″N 79°59′48″W / 40.44250°N 79.99667°W / 40.44250; -79.99667Coordinates: 40°26′33″N 79°59′48″W / 40.44250°N 79.99667°W / 40.44250; -79.99667
Completed1971
Height
Roof341 ft (104 m)
 
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Centre City Tower
General information
TypeOffice
Location650 Smithfield Street
Coordinates40°26′33″N 79°59′48″W / 40.44250°N 79.99667°W / 40.44250; -79.99667Coordinates: 40°26′33″N 79°59′48″W / 40.44250°N 79.99667°W / 40.44250; -79.99667
Completed1971
Height
Roof341 ft (104 m)

The Centre City Tower (also spelled Center City Tower) is a 341-foot (104 m) tall skyscraper in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It contains 26 floors, and stands as the 20th-tallest building in the city. Centre City Tower was constructed in 1971, and was later renovated in 2002. The entire building contains Class B office space, and is an example of modern architecture. Signage for Huntington Bank, the building's major tenant, adorns the outside of the structure.

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Preceded by
Federal Building
Pittsburgh Skyscrapers by Height
341 feet (104 m)
26 floors
Succeeded by
Three Gateway Center
Preceded by
U.S. Steel Tower
Pittsburgh Skyscrapers by Year of Completion
1971
Succeeded by
One PNC Plaza