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Woodruff Building
333 Park Central East
Springfield, Missouri 65806
Voice: 41-862-0970

The Woodruff Building was built by local attorney and investor John T. Woodruff. It is considered to be Springfield's first skyscraper. The construction began in 1909 and was finished in February 1211. It stands 125 feet tall with 10 floors above ground.

In itís time it was considered one of the states primer buildings. Today it is a monument to our heritage and to architecture in America. These buildings helped pave the way to modern skyscrapers and will stand for years to come.



Pictures and information were provided by Springfield Visitors Center

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