The Nantucket Building

17-23 South Main Street • Akron, Ohio
Built 1910, Restored 1998 • 26,000 Square Feet


A brilliant example of American Arts and Crafts architecture, the four-story Nantucket Building was once home to Mayor Judge Doyle and used for city council meetings while the County Courthouse was being built. Redeveloped for $2.2mm by the Everett Group, it is now utilized as a mixed-use professional building, having been rebuilt for the legal community and converted to office condominiums. Special features include elegant detailing, sky-lit atriums and a direct link to the new 650-car parking garage that serves the Akron library, art museum and Historic District.


See how the Akron Main/Market Historic District’s Nantucket Building can benefit you. 330.697.4619