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The former AT&T Long Lines Building at 33 Thomas Street is a 550 feet (167.5 meter) tall skyscraper in the Borough of Manhattan, New York, United States. It stands on the east side of Church Street, between Thomas and Worth Streets, in the Civic Center neighborhood of New York City. The building is an extreme example of the Brutalist architectural style, with no windows and a flat concrete slab facade.
Hilton San Francisco Union Square is a skyscraper hotel located several blocks south-west of Union Square in San Francisco, California. The 46-storey, 493 ft (150 m) Tower I, was completed in 1971, with the addition of Tower II at 348 ft (106 m) and 23 floors completed in 1987. The complex is currently the West Coast's largest hotel with 1,908 hotel rooms, and is one of the tallest structures representing the Brutalist architecture.
One Financial Plaza, also known as the Sovereign Bank Tower and formerly known as the Hospital Trust Tower, is an international-style skyscraper in the heart of downtown Providence, Rhode Island. Standing as the second-tallest building in Providence, its taut-skin cladding is done in pre-cast concrete and travertine.