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HarborView Condominium is a residential high-rise in Baltimore, Maryland. The building, which is a part of the HarborView complex, rises 29 floors and 342 feet (104 m) in height, and stands as the 16th-tallest building in the city. The structure was completed in 1993. HarborView Condominium was designed by architectural firms Design Collective, Inc. and SHK3 Architectural Interdesign. The HarborView complex was originally planned to include two additional 26-story residential towers.
Highfield House is a high-rise condominium in the Tuscany-Canterbury neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland, United States. It was designed by Mies van der Rohe and completed in 1964. It was the second of two buildings designed by Mies in Baltimore. One Charles Center was the first. Highfield House was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2007. Highfield House is a 15 story concrete tower facing east. Set on a platform, the main residential floors are 20 feet above the base.
What is still colloquially called Legg Mason Building (formerly known as the USF&G building and now the former home of Legg Mason) is a 40-story skyscraper in downtown Baltimore completed in 1973. At 161m (529 ft), it stands as the tallest building in Baltimore, and it is also the tallest building in Maryland, and the tallest building between Philadelphia and Raleigh (after the RBC Plaza was built there in 2008) .
Legg Mason Tower is a 24-story, glass high-rise located at 100 International Drive in Baltimore, Maryland's Harbor East development. Completed in May 2009, the 650,000 square foot waterfront skyscraper was developed by Harbor East Development Group, and reaches a height of 360.5 feet/ 110 meters. It was designed by Beatty Harvey Coco Architects with HKS Architects, and is situated at the edge of the city's Inner Harbor.
The M&T Bank Building, also known as the First Maryland Building and formerly the First National Bank Of Maryland, is a commercial high-rise in Baltimore, Maryland. The building rises 22 floors and 315 feet (96 m) in height, and is currently tied with the Mercantile Bank & Trust Company Building as the 19th-tallest structure in the city. The structure was completed in 1972. The M&T Bank Building is an example of modern architecture.
The Towers at Harbor Court is a residential high-rise complex in Baltimore, Maryland. The building rises 28 floors and 356 feet (109 m) in height, and stands as the 12th-tallest building in the city. The structure was completed in 1987. The Towers at Harbor Court complex was developed by Allied Roofing and Sheetmetal, Inc.; the structure is an example of modern architecture. The building currently stands as the tallest residential building in both Baltimore and Maryland.
The Wachovia Tower, formerly known as the First Union Signet Tower and the Union Trust Building, is a commercial high-rise in Baltimore, Maryland. The building rises 24 floors above street level and is 330 feet (101 m) in height; it is tied with Charles Center South as the 17th-tallest building in the city. The structure was completed in 1985. The Wachovia Tower was developed by the Dallas-based Trammell Crow Company, and is currently owned by the Wachovia Corporation.
The William Donald Schaefer Building, also known as the William Donald Schaefer Tower or simply the Donald Schaefer Building, is a skyscraper in Baltimore, Maryland. The building rises 37 floors and 493 feet (150 m) in height, and stands as the third-tallest building in the city. If the flagpole atop the building, which reaches 690 feet, is included, the building would be the tallest in the state (flagpoles are normally not counted when determining architectural height).