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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Kanawha Valley Building - Where We Work

This is where we work. The Kanawha Valley Building is a "Grand Old Dame" of Capitol Street's historic Village District. The building was completed in 1929, just as the nation's economy plummeted into the Great Depression. How's that for timing?

Contrary to popular belief, the Kanawha Valley Building (not Laidley Tower or One Summers Square) is the tallest building in the city. Maple Creative and PrayWorks occupy the 13th floor of this historic office tower. SunTrust Bank is on the ground floor today and has the building's marquee. At one point in its history, Union Carbide Corporation occupied all but a few of the 20 floors. We thought you might like to see our humble abode.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

A humble abode rich with history and current tenants. Bravo and Brava to all at Maple Creative!

3:40 PM

Blogger CT Thomas said...

Skip- I'm sure it's a fantastic setting for inspiration and creativity. You're group does such great work!!!

9:50 PM

Blogger Skip Lineberg said...

ct - thanks for your comment!

7:45 AM

Blogger Skip Lineberg said...

dear anonymous poster - benvenuto! thanks for dropping by to post a nice comment.

7:46 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

wikipedia list it as wv's tallest, though looking from the interstate as a kid, ladley seemed taller.... probably all preception

5:33 AM

Blogger Skip Lineberg said...

Dear anonymous poster - thank you for stopping by our blog. Nice to recall a childhood memory.

7:23 PM

Anonymous Dave Pray said...

Skip..The Kanawha Valley Building occupies the block of the former State Capitol Building...thus Capitol Street...which burned on January 3, 1921. For more color commentary, I encourge your readers to checkout my BLOG

11:19 AM


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