|Image Not Available||100 North Central Expressway||n/a||12||1960|
100 North Central Expressway is a mid-rise Class B skyscraper located on the eastern edge of the Main Street District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). The 12 story office building, located between Main Street and Elm Street along North Central Expressway, was announced in 1958 as the new home for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas. During construction in 1958 a stack of steel beams tumbled sixty feet to the basement level, killing one worker and injury two others.
|Image Not Available||Renaissance Hotel||451 ft.||29||1983|
The Renaissance Dallas Hotel is a skyscraper in Dallas, Texas. The building rises 451 feet (138 meters). It contains 30 floors, and was completed in 1983. The Renaissance Hotel currently stands as the 24th-tallest building in the city. The architect who designed the building was Dahl Braden Chapman. The Renaissance Dallas Hotel holds the world's second largest free-standing chandelier in the world. The spiral chandelier, located in the hotel's lobby, rises 3 stories in height.
|Image Not Available||1600 Pacific Tower||434 ft.||31||1964|
1600 Pacific Tower, also known as the LTV Tower and National Bank of Commerce Building, is a skyscraper in the City Center District of Dallas, Texas. The building rises 434 feet (132 meters). The structure contains 33 floors of office space, standing as the 29th-tallest building in the city. The building is adjacent to Thanks-Giving Square and connected to the Dallas Pedestrian Network. The building was designed in 1961 by architects Harwood K.
|Image Not Available||Hilton Anatole||n/a||27||1979|
The Hilton Anatole is a hotel located at 2201 Stemmons Freeway in the Market Center District near downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). Featuring 1,606 guest rooms, it is one of the largest hotels in the Southwest and is a major convention and meeting facility. Over 1,000 art objects, including a casting of Riding Into the Sunset, are located throughout the resort setting and the hotel features the five-star Nana Restaurant.
|Image Not Available||Dallas Statler Hilton||234 ft.||20||1956|
The former Dallas Statler Hilton is an iconic building of mid-twentieth century design located at 1914 Commerce Street in downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). It is located on the edge of the Farmers Market District and adjacent to Main Street Garden Park. The hotel was praised as the first modern American hotel and was designed by William B Tabler. Later renamed the Dallas Grand Hotel, it has remained vacant since 2001.
|Image Not Available||505 North Ervay||5 ft.||8||1949|
505 North Ervay, also known as the Reserve Loan Life Building, is a mid-rise skyscraper located in the City Center District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). Originally an office building, today it is part of the First Baptist Church of Dallas campus. Originally planned as an 8-story structure, construction began in 1945 on a square site at the corner of Federal Street and North Ervay Street.
|Image Not Available||Two Arts Plaza||n/a||18||n/a|
Two Arts Plaza will be an 18-story skyscraper located at Routh Street and Spur 366 (Woodall Rodgers Freeway) in the Arts District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA).
|Image Not Available||2100 Ross Avenue||456 ft.||33||1982|
2100 Ross Avenue (formerly San Jacinto Tower) is a 33-story postmodern skyscraper located at 2100 Ross Avenue/2121 San Jacinto Street in the City Center District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). The structure stands at a height of 456 feet (139 m) and contains 844,000 square feet (78,000 m²) of office space. The top floor of San Jacinto Tower was the fictional location of the Oil Barons Club - an exclusive restaurant and lounge on the TV series Dallas.
|1700 Pacific||655 ft.||50||1983|
1700 Pacific is a skyscraper located at 1700 Pacific Avenue in the City Center District of Dallas, Texas. The building rises 655 feet (132 meters) and contains 50 floors of office space. It is the seventh tallest building in the city, at 655 feet (200 m) and has fifty floors. It was the second tallest in the city when is was completed in 1983, trailing only Renaissance Tower. The land on which 1700 Pacific sits was once two triangular blocks separated by Live Oak Street.
|211 North Ervay||250 ft.||20||1958|
211 North Ervay is a high rise located at 211 North Ervay Street in the City Center District of Dallas, Texas, United States. The building rises 250 feet (132 meters) and contains 20 floors of office space. The colorful building of modernist design is situated on a prominent city corner and adjacent to Thanks-Giving Square.
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