Downtown Youngstown Architectural Tour: Stambaugh Building (Albert Kahn)

Designed by Detroit architect Albert Kahn, the Stambaugh Building is one of Youngstown’s earliest skyscrapers. Constructed in 1906, the 12-story neo-Classical building is located on the northeast quadrant of Central Square. The building is steel frame and clad in white brick and glazed terra cotta. For many years, the building housed the headquarters of Youngstown Sheet and Tube. The Stambaugh Building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Electronic images by Mark C. Peyko for Metro Monthly.

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  1. Y Town has many good classic architectural buildings.
    The Warner, The Butler Art, Stambaugh Auditorium, B & O Station, & Classic Mid-Century Structures. All should be documented for the future.

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