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1100 Wilshire is a 496ft (151m) tall skyscraper in Los Angeles, California. It was completed in 1987 and has 37 floors. It is 22nd tallest building in Los Angeles. The 35,262 m², 228 unit, tower was designed by AC Martin Partners. The bottom 15 floors are completely parking. It was a very unsuccessful office building, as it sat vacant or nearly vacant for almost two decades. It was bought by Hampton Development, TMG Partners and Forest City Residential for $40 million.
The 1101 Brickell Building is a planned skyscraper in downtown Miami, Florida, United States. It has been recently approved by the City of Miami and by the Federal Aviation Administration, and therefore construction is expected to begin soon. Completion of the building is unknown, while some speculate the building may start construction as soon as the "Late 2000's recession" ends.
111 Huntington Avenue (sometimes given the unofficial nickname "The R2-D2 Building" ) is one of Boston's newest skyscrapers and is part of the Prudential Center complex that also houses the Prudential Tower. Completed in 2002, the tower is 554 feet (169 meters) tall and houses 36 floors. The building is the tallest skyscraper built in Boston since 1987. 111 Huntington is Boston's eighth-tallest building. It won the 2002 bronze Emporis Skyscraper Award.
111 South Wacker Drive is an office tower located in Chicago. Completed in 2005 at 681 feet (208 m), the 51 story blue-glass structure is one of the tallest in the city. It sits on the site of the former U.S. Gypsum Building, one of the tallest demolished buildings in Chicago. Designed by Goettsch Partners, the building is noted for its unique parking ramp. The ramp's cyclical form creates a dramatic sloped ceiling for the building's main lobby underneath.
1111 19th Street is a high-rise building in Washington, D.C. The building rises 12 floors and 157 feet (48 m) in height. The building was designed by architectural firm Heery International and was completed in 1979. As of July 2008, the structure stands as the 24th-tallest building in the city, tied in rank with 1620 L Street, 1333 H Street, 1000 Connecticut Avenue, The Republic Building, 1010 Mass, the Army and Navy Club Building and the The Watergate Hotel and Office Building.
1111 Third Avenue is a 454 ft (138m) tall skyscraper in Seattle, Washington. It was completed in 1980 and has 34 floors. It is the 19th tallest building in Seattle, and is owned by EOP Northwest Properties LLC. It has an award-winning outdoor landscaped area with seating and tables accented by bronze statues by sculptor Robert Graham, and floor to ceiling windows. The exterior of the building is composed of precast concrete with exposed aggregate surfaces and dual-glazed, solar bronze glass.
112 Tryon Plaza is a 280 ft (85 m) 22-story skyscraper in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was the second tallest building in North Carolina when completed in 1927, and the tallest building in Charlotte for about 35 more years. It is currently the 21st tallest building in the city. Located on "The Square" at the corner of Trade St. and Tryon St. adjacent to a pocket park, this building has a premiere location in Uptown Charlotte, also known as Charlotte center city.
100 Montgomery Street also known as the Equitable Life Building is an office tower located in the Financial District of San Francisco, California. The 108 m (354 ft) 25-floor tower was completed in 1955, and served as headquarters to the Equitable Life Insurance Company. Designed by William Peugh, 100 Montgomery Street is one of the first post-World War II office buildings in San Francisco, distinguished by classical white marble facade against aluminum art-deco window framing.
1200 Travis is a 28-story building in Downtown Houston, Texas that is currently occupied by the Houston Police Department as its current headquarters. At one time it was known as the Houston Natural Gas Building. The building, with 575,000 square feet (53,400 m) of rentable space, has a typical floor size of 16,500 square feet (1,530 m).