|211 West Fort Street||Detroit||367 ft.||27||1963|
211 West Fort Street is a skyscraper in Detroit, Michigan. Standing at 27 stories, it was constructed in 1961 and finished in 1963. It has two mechanical floors, floors 8 and 27 (the top floor). It stands at the southeast corner of Fort Street and Washington Street, near many of the other skyscrapers in Detroit, such as the Book Tower, and Westin Book-Cadillac Hotel. The Detroit Economic Club is headquartered in this building.
|Image Not Available||225 Baronne Street||New Orleans||362 ft.||29||1965|
225 Baronne Street, located at 225 Baronne Street in the Central Business District of New Orleans, Louisiana, is a 29-story, 362 feet (110 m)-tall skyscraper.
|Image Not Available||225 Bush Street|
225 Bush Street is a 25 floor building, including 21 floors of office space, 1 floor of retail, 1 storage floor and 2 basement levels including the garage in San Francisco. It was the tallest building in the city from its completion in 1922 to 1925. It is currently owned by SEB Investment out of Germany. It contains approx 560,000 sq ft of rentable space. It is an historic building, being the head quarters for Standard Oil of California, now Chevron, for over half a century.
|225 South Sixth||Minneapolis||778 ft.||56||1992|
Capella Tower (formerly 225 South Sixth) is a skyscraper in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. The building opened in 1992 with the First Bank Place being the headquarters for First Bank System. In 1997, First Bank System acquired US Bancorp and changed the name of the building to US Bancorp Place. The headquarters of US Bancorp moved into the US Bancorp Center in 2000, whereupon the tower changed to 225 South 6th Street In March 2009, the building took its present name.
|245 Park Avenue|
245 Park Avenue (formerly American Tobacco Company Building, American Brands Building and Bear Stearns Building) is a 648ft (198m) tall skyscraper in New York City, New York. It was completed in 1967 and has 48 floors. Shreve, Lamb and Harmon designed the building, which is the 57th tallest building in New York City. The Building Owners and Managers Association awarded the 2000/2001 Pinnacle Award to 245 Park Avenue.
|26 Journal Square||Jersey City||179 ft.||15||1928|
26 Journal Square is a 179 ft (55 m) tall high rise in Jersey City, New Jersey. It was originally known as the Labor Bank Building. It was completed 1928 and has 15 floors. It is the 23rd tallest building in the city. It is often considered the first skyscraper in Jersey City. The Beaux Arts building was designed by John T. Rowland. It was put on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
|2727 Kirby||Houston||405 ft.||30||2009|
2727 Kirby is a 30-story, 96 unit, condominium high rise, designed by Ziegler Cooper and located in Upper Kirby just south of Westheimer in Houston, Texas. Residents of this building are zoned to schools in the Houston Independent School District. They are zoned to Poe Elementary School, Lanier Middle School, and Lamar High School.
|28 State Street||Boston||499 ft.||40||1970|
28 State Street is a modern skyscraper in the Government Center neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. Built in 1970, it is Boston's 16th-tallest building, standing 500 feet (152 m) tall, and housing 40 floors. The building has a rectangular footprint which is then setback once near the top floor. The tower does not have a crown and in fact has a flattened roof. It was designed by Emery Roth & Sons and Edward Larrabee Barnes Associates.
|Image Not Available||29 South LaSalle||Chicago||870 ft.||51||1902|
29 South LaSalle is a proposed 51 story skyscraper in Chicago, Illinois designed by Lucien Lagrange Architects. It would stand at 870 feet (265 m). This project would include a "renovation", and facdectomy of the adjacent New York Life Insurance Building. 29 S. LaSalle was at one time the site of the Equitable building, formerly known as the National Life building, built in 1902. It was 12 stories and one basement high, on spread foundations. Jennie and Mundie were the architects.
|Image Not Available||30 South Meridian||Indianapolis||206 ft.||13||1929|
30 South Meridian is a high rise in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was completed in 1929 and has 13 floors. It is primarily used for retail space. It was originally built as an expansion of the L. S. Ayres store, and is now part of the Carson Pirie Scott store in Circle Center Mall, with the upper floors used as leased office space.
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