Downtown Louisville is home to 12 of the tallest buildings in the state of Kentucky. Of these the tallest is the AEGON Center. The building is one of the most notable landmarks of Louisville's skyline with it's high Romanesque dome.It as designed by John Burgee and Philip Johnson and was completed in 1993. It is 35-stories and stands 549-feet high.The upper levels are illuminated at night with a white light, though during the Thanksgiving through New Years holidays they are changed to red and green. There is also a statue of 1987 Kentucky Derby winner Alysheba in the main plaza.
The building was originally called the Capital Holding Center, then renamed the Providian Center before its current name as the AEGON Center. The building was originally owned by the Hines Investors group before it was purchased by David Werner in 2004.