Sunday, June 1, 2003

The Skywalk



The 1.3-mile skywalk system links 15 downtown blocks from Fourth to Sixth Streets and Elm to Main Streets. It was finished in 1997 at a cost of more than $16 million.

The skywalk links directly to 4.3 million square feet of office space that can accomodate nearly 17,290 workers. Thousands more are within two blocks.

Click a dot on the map below to find out about that area of the skywalk.

map of skywalk The Cincinnati Enquirer/R. Mazzola




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