Dayton, OH Architecture Photos

The downtown core of Dayton, OH offers a mix of modern & heritage commercial buildings.

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Main St. streetscape with wavy sculpture. Dayton, OH.Metal arch sculpture in front of the Convention Center. Dayton, OH.Centre City Building. Dayton, OH.Wright Stop Plaza. Dayton, OH.
Main St. streetscape with wavy sculpture. Dayton, OH.Metal arch sculpture in front of the Convention Center. Dayton, OH.Centre City Building (1904) (21 floors) (40 South Main St.). Dayton, OH. Architect: Charles Herby. On National Register.Wright Stop Plaza (former American Building) (1902) (4 S. Main St.) (14 floors). Dayton, OH. Architect: Frank M. Andrews. On National Register.
Lafee building. Dayton, OH.Benjamin F. Kuhns Building. Dayton, OH.Benjamin F. Kuhns Building. Dayton, OH.One Dayton Centre. Dayton, OH.
Lafee building (1886) (20 S. Main St.). Dayton, OH.Benjamin F. Kuhns Building (1883) (43 S. Main St.). Dayton, OH. Architect: Peters & Burns. On National Register.Benjamin F. Kuhns Building (1883) (43 S. Main St.). Dayton, OH.One Dayton Centre (aka Dayton Arcade Centre) (1989) (20 floors). Dayton, OH. Architect: Sherman Carter Barnhart.
Montgomery County Courthouse. Dayton, OH.Montgomery County Courthouse. Dayton, OH.Montgomery County Courthouse & KeyBank Tower. Dayton, OH.KeyBank Tower. Dayton, OH.
Montgomery County Courthouse (1847) (Main at Third St.). Dayton, OH. Style: Greek Revival. Architect: Howard Daniels. On National Register.Montgomery County Courthouse (1847) (Main at Third St.). Dayton, OH.Montgomery County Courthouse & KeyBank Tower. Dayton, OH.KeyBank Tower (aka Courthouse Plaza Northeast) (1976) (10 W. 2nd St.) (27 floors). Dayton, OH.
Liberty Tower. Dayton, OH.Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center. Dayton, OH.Main St. streetscape with Performance Place & Fifth Third Center. Dayton, OH.Performance Place. Dayton, OH.
Liberty Tower (1931) (120 W. 2nd St.) (23 floors). Dayton, OH. Architect: Schenck & Williams. On National Register.Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center (2000) (1 W. 2nd St.). Dayton, OH. Architect: Cesar Pelli & Assoc. Architects.Main St. streetscape with Performance Place & Fifth Third Center. Dayton, OH.Performance Place (2003) (109 N. Main St.) (17 floors). Dayton, OH.
Performance Place. Dayton, OH.Insco Apartments Building beside gray 11 West Monument Building. Dayton, OH.11 West Monument Building. Dayton, OH.Dayton Civil War Monument. Dayton, OH.
Performance Place (2003) (109 N. Main St.) (17 floors). Dayton, OH. Architect: Cesar Pelli & Assoc. Architects.Insco Apartments Building (255 N. Main St.) beside gray 11 West Monument Building. Dayton, OH. Architect: Charles Insco Williams. On National Register.11 West Monument Building (1928) (8 floors). Dayton, OH.Dayton Civil War Monument (N. Main St.). Dayton, OH.
Civil War Monument. Dayton, OH.Main St. streetscape with CareSource, Biltmore Hotel, & Buildings. Dayton, OH.CareSource Office Building. Dayton, OH.Biltmore Hotel. Dayton, OH.
Civil War Monument. Dayton, OH.Main St. streetscape with CareSource, Biltmore Hotel, & Buildings. Dayton, OH.CareSource Office Building (2009) (230 N. Main St.) (9 floors). Dayton, OH. Architect: BHDP Architecture.Biltmore Hotel (1929) (210 N. Main St.) (16 floors) (now a Seniors Apt.). Dayton, OH. Style: Beaux-Arts. Architect: Frederick Hughes. On National Register.
Fifth Third Center over The Victoria theater. Dayton, OH.The Victoria theater. Dayton, OH.Fifth Third Center. Dayton, OH.Main St. streetscape with National City Center , Wright Stop Plaza , & Centre City Building buildings. Dayton, OH.
Fifth Third Center over The Victoria theater. Dayton, OH.The Victoria theater (former Turner Opera House) (1866) (138 N. Main St.). Dayton, OH. On National Register.Fifth Third Center (1989) (110 N. Main St.) (20 floors). Dayton, OH. Architect: Edward Durell Stone & Assoc..Main St. streetscape with National City Center (1981), Wright Stop Plaza (1902), & Centre City Building (1904) buildings. Dayton, OH.
Dayton City Hall. Dayton, OH.Federal Building. Dayton, OH.

Dayton City Hall (former YMCA) (1908) (101 W. 3rd St.) (7 floors). Dayton, OH. Architect: Architect's League. On National Register.Federal Building (1976) (200 W. Second St.) (9 floors). Dayton, OH. Architect: GBBN Architects.


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