St. Joseph Cathedral is a Catholic cathedral located in Columbus, Ohio, United States. It is the seat of the Diocese of Columbus. It was designed in the Gothic Revival style and built of ashlar stone that was quarried in Licking and Fairfield counties. The exterior walls of the building are 185 feet (56.4m) long and 92 feet (28 m) wide. The walls are three feet (.9 m) thick. There are three entrances off Broad Street and one off of Fifth Street. The main façade of the cathedral was to be framed by two bell towers. The southwest tower was to rise to a height of 312 feet (95 m) and contain three clock faces and a chime of ten bells. The southeast tower was to reach a height of 200 feet (61 m). Neither tower has been completed.