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The Central Union Telephone Building 33 N. Third St. Downtown Columbus

Historical Office Downtown Columbus

THE HISTORIC CENTRAL UNION TELEPHONE BUILDING WAS BUILT IN 1906. ONE OF THE EARLIEST HIGH-RISES IN COLUMBUS, IT SERVED AS THE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE CENTRAL UNION TELEPHONE COMPANY, ONE OF THE EARLIEST TELEPHONE COMPANIES IN THE UNITED STATES. THE BUILDING HAD OVER 600 MILES OF WIRING AND SERVICED 5,100 SUBSCRIBERS.BUILT IN 1908 BY THE ARCHITECTS RICHARDS, BULFORD AND MCCARTY, THE SAME COMPANY WHO DESIGNED THE ATHLETIC CLUB, COLUMBUS MUSEUM OF ART, AND THE LAZARUS BUILDING.

Unmatched Standard Office Design

Gone are the days of the boring, unimaginative old school, ceiling tiled office. Locate your office in the Central Union Telephone Building and enjoy our New Normal that includes:

  • Exposed Ceilings
  • LED Lighting
  • Glass Enclosed Offices
  • Exposed Brick
  • Glass Enclosed Conference Rooms
  • Stylish Barn Doors

It’s not an upgrade. Its how offices should be designed and delivered. And it is what we deliver automatically to our client.

A Look Inside

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Mike Vannest
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