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201 North Charles Street Building is a commercial high-rise in Baltimore, Maryland. The building rises 28 floors and 350 feet (107 m) in height, and is tied with Charles Towers North Apartments as the 13th-tallest building in the city. The structure was completed in 1967, and is an example of international architecture.
300 East Pratt Street is a hotel being planned in Baltimore, Maryland. The building is expected to rise 640 ft/195 m. Construction of the building was to begin in 2007 and was expected to be completed in 2010. The construction of this building was proposed in 2003, though, it was never approved by the state of Maryland. In 2006, the construction of the building was again proposed, and finally approved by the state of Maryland.
414 Water Street is a highrise condominium complex building located in Baltimore, Maryland. The building is thirty-one floors tall (344 ft./104 m). The building's construction began in 2006 and was completed in 2008. The building was built on the original site of the Water Tower, a former condominium. The building was developed by the Lessard Group and Bush Companies.
Located on the Inner Harbor of Baltimore, Maryland, the Baltimore World Trade Center is the world's tallest equilateral five-sided building (the five-sided JPMorgan Chase Tower in Houston, Texas is taller, but has unequal sides). It was designed by the firm of the famous architect I.M. Pei, with the principal architects being Henry Cobb and Pershing Wong. The building was completed in 1977 at a cost of $22 million.
The Bank of America Building, located at the corner of East Baltimore and Light Streets in the downtown area of Baltimore, Maryland, at 505 feet (155 meters) was the tallest building in the state when built in 1924. Designed by the firm of Taylor and Fisher, the Mayan Revival and Art Deco building was built as the Baltimore Trust building in eighteen months from Indiana sandstone and local brick over a steel frame at a cost of $3 million.
The Blaustein Building is a highrise building located in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. The building stands at 360 feet/110 meters, containing 30 floors. The building was constructed in 1962, and was developed by Vincent Kling & Associates. The Hub Department Store was destroyed in order for this building to be built. .The Blaustein Building was constructed for the Blaustein, to move into a larger headquarters.
The Charles Center is a large-scale urban redevelopment project in central Baltimore of the 1960s. Beginning 1954, a group called the Committee for Downtown promoted a master plan for arresting the commercial decline of central Baltimore. In 1955 the Greater Baltimore Committee, headed by banker and developer James W. Rouse, joined the effort. A plan was developed by David A. Wallace which formed the basis of a $25 million bond issue in 1958.
Commerce Place is a high-rise in Baltimore, Maryland. The building rises 31 floors and 454 feet (138 m) in height, and stands as the fourth-tallest building in the city. The structure was completed in 1992. Commerce Place was designed by architect G.C. Pontius of RTKL Associates, a Baltimore-based architectural and engineering firm; the structure is an example of Postmodern architecture. 23 of the building's 31 floors are used for commercial offices, while six are used for parking.
Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore and Residences is a highrise hotel complex building under construction, located in Baltimore, Maryland. The building is expected to rise 494 feet (151 m). The building's construction began in 2007 and is expected to be completed in 2010. This building was originally planned to be constructed as two towers, each having 22 floors 294 feet (90 m).