212 S Tryon St. Suite 1770, Charlotte NC 28281
Phone: (704) 719-2225
When built in 1924, the historic Johnston Building was the tallest building in Charlotte with only 15 levels. The upper two stories were added in the late 1920s for a total of 17 levels.
The building was named for local businessman, Charles Worth Johnston, and is one of the finest from this period in Charlotte. The architect chosen to design the new building was William Lee Stoddart (1869-1940). Stoddart was an acclaimed designer of large urban hotels and although he practiced out of New York City, he was not unknown in Charlotte.
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