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The Albuquerque Petroleum Building is a highrise office building located at 500 Marquette Avenue NW in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. It is 72 m (235 ft) tall and has 15 stories, making it Albuquerque's fourth tallest building. The top floor of the building was home to the Albuquerque Petroleum Club, a members-only restaurant which closed in 2007. The Albuquerque Petroleum Building was designed by Dwayne Lewis Architects and was completed in 1986.
Albuquerque Plaza is a major mixed-use high-rise development on the south side of Civic Plaza in Downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. It consists of two towers connected at ground level by a two-story promenade containing retail space. The taller of the two towers contains Class A office space, while the shorter one houses Hyatt Regency Albuquerque hotel. The office tower has 22 stories and rises to a height of 351 ft (107 m), making it the tallest building in New Mexico by a considerable margin.
Bank of the West Tower is a highrise office building located in Albuquerque, New Mexico at 5301 Central Avenue NE. At 65 m (213 ft), the 17-story tower was the tallest in the city as well as the state when it was built in 1963. Its location, several miles from downtown at the intersection of Central and San Mateo, reflects the 1960s exodus of businesses from the city center.
The Chant Tower is a thirty story mixed-use tower planned to be built at the SW corner of Jefferson & I-25 in Albuquerque. The Chant Tower is proposed to be taller than the 351-foot Albuquerque Plaza Office Tower. If built, it will become the second tallest building in the state of New Mexico after the The Residences at Packard Place slated for completion in 2010. This building will include a hotel, office space, and a limited amount of retail space.
The Compass Bank Building is an 18-story highrise located at 505 Marquette Avenue NW in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. The building consists of a twelve-story office block sitting on top of a six-story base containing a parking garage. The roof height is 73 m (238 ft) and the height with the antenna on top is 83 m (272 ft). The Compass Bank Building was completed in 1968 and was originally called the National Building. At that time it was the tallest building the state in New Mexico.
The Dennis Chavez Federal Building, named for a long time former United States Senator, is a highrise building located at 500 Gold Avenue SW in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. The building was built in 1972 to concentrate various federal agencies, including the post office and federal courthouse, in one location. The building was designed by the Albuquerque firm of Flatow, Moore, Bryan, and Fairburn.
The Gold Building (also known as the New Mexico Bank & Trust Building) is a 14-story office building located at 320 Gold Avenue SW in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. When the building was completed in 1968 it was one of the tallest in the city at 62 m (203 ft). It now ranks sixth. The building is rectangular in plan and sits on a larger one-story base. The east and west walls of the Gold Building are windowless expanses of reddish brick, much like the neighboring Simms Building.
The Andaluz Hotel was built in 1939 as the Hilton Hotel and operated most recently for the past twenty-odd years as La Posada de Albuquerque. It is a historic building located at 125 2nd Street NW in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. Opened in 1939, it was Conrad Hilton's fourth hotel and the first modern highrise hotel in the state. Architect Anton F.
Metropolitan Courthouse is a highrise building on the northwest corner of 4th St and Lomas in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. The building rises 175 ft (53 m) and has nine stories. This is one of Albuquerque's newest highrises. The Metropolitan Courthouse was designed by DCSW Architects and built in 2003.
The Pete V. Domenici United States Courthouse is a federal courthouse located at 333 Lomas Boulevard NW in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. The building was completed in 1998 and named in honor of Senator Pete Domenici at a ceremony in 2004. Since its completion it has been joined at the intersection of Fourth and Lomas by two additional courthouses, the Bernalillo County Courthouse on the southwest corner and the Metro Courthouse on the northwest corner.