The Lexington Financial Center, locally known as "Fifth Third" or the "Big Blue Building," is a 357,361 sq ft (33,199.9 m2), 410 ft (125 m.) 32-floor high-rise in Lexington, Kentucky. It is located between Vine Street and Main Street at South Mill Street. Its exterior features blue tinted glass that has become an identifying symbol for the downtown.It is the tallest building in Kentucky outside of Louisville.
Construction was completed in 1987. Upon completion, it housed the Webb Company, the Bank of Lexington, Sherman, Carter, Barnhart Architects and a law firm. Today, it houses the Fifth Third Bank among other financial institutions.