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Majestic Building

47 S. Pennsylvania St, Indianapolis, IN

80,000 Sq. Ft.

The exterior design for the Majestic Building uses the strength of the Romanesque Revival style. The large entrance arches are decorated with foliate and acanthus carvings and the three massive arches in the upper stories give the building its monumental character.

The Majestic Building was the first steel framed high-rise in Indiana. In 1895 the Indiana Gas Company commissioned Oscar Bohlen of D.A. Bohlen & Son to design this 10-story building to serve as their new business headquarters.

Though it was intended as the main office of the gas company, other businesses were located there as well. The New York Central and Big Four Railroads maintained offices in the Majestic at various times in the early 20th century.

In 2006, the building was purchased and given a $10 million renovation. The Majestic now serves as Keystone’s corporate headquarters.

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47 S. Pennsylvania St, Indianapolis, IN

80,000 Sq. Ft.

The exterior design for the Majestic Building uses the strength of the Romanesque Revival style. The large entrance arches are decorated with foliate and acanthus carvings and the three massive arches in the upper stories give the building its monumental character.

The Majestic Building was…

Carmel and Indianapolis

Keystone Construction provided construction services for multiple Huntington Bank branches in Carmel and Indianapolis.