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Cincinnati: A Great American City Roars Back

From Forbes: Skyscraper cognoscenti know where to look in the United States for one of the last century’s most important early superstructures, one that outside of its home city doesn’t get today nearly the kudos it merits.

Article by John Oseid, Forbes.

Image by Phil Armstrong/Source Cincinnati

 

"Skyscraper cognoscenti know where to look in the United States for one of the last century’s most important early superstructures, one that outside of its home city doesn’t get today nearly the kudos it merits. They admire downtown Cincinnati’s 1930 Art Deco Carew Tower for the National Historic Landmark that it deservedly is. And so will you."

Read the full article from Forbes here.

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