Youngstown’s Stambaugh May Become a Hotel
Youngstown, Ohio’s Stambaugh Building, at 44 East Federal Plaza, may become a hotel, according to a revelation yesterday by owner Dominic Marchionda. No further details on the project will be made available for at least a month.
The 12-story, neo-classical revival-styled tower was designed by Albert Kahn of Detroit and financed by John and George Stambaugh, and was completed in 1908. The tower was headquarters to the Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company until 1958 and the lower floor was host to the Euwer’s Department Store and later Key Bank and Buffalo Wild Wings. The last upper floor tenant vacated in 2003 due to a lack of heat among other complaints.
The Stambaugh was sold to Marchionda in July 2012.