|Three Nationwide Plaza|
|Location||3 E Nationwide Blvd, Columbus, Ohio|
|Roof||408 ft (124 m)|
|Floor count||27 above ground|
3 below ground
|Floor area||922,995 sq ft (85,749.0 m2)|
|Design and construction|
|Structural engineer||Korda/Nemeth Engineering,Inc.|
|Main contractor||Turner Construction Co.|
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The buildings that make up Nationwide Plaza are:
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