|Praetorian Building||190 ft.||15||1909|
The Praetorian Building, also known as Stone Place Tower, is a high-rise building located at Main Street and Stone Street in the Main Street District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). The building, constructed in 1909, was the first skyscraper in Dallas and Texas and was the tallest building in the city until 1912.
|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.
|Renaissance Tower||886 ft.||56||1974|
Renaissance Tower is a 886 ft (270 m), 56-story modernist skyscraper located at 1201 Elm Street in downtown Dallas, Texas. The tower is the second tallest in the city, the fifth tallest in Texas, and the 24th tallest in the United States. Renaissance Tower was designed by the architectural firm Hellmuth, Obata and Kassabaum, completed in 1974, and renovated by architects Skidmore, Owings and Merrill in 1986 and serves as headquarters for Neiman Marcus, Blockbuster and Winstead PC.
|Republic Center I||n/a||36||1954|
Republic Center is a mixed-use complex at 300 N. Ervay Street and 325 N. St. Paul Street in the City Center District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA), adjacent to Thanks-giving Square. The complex is located diagonally across the street from DART's St. Paul Station, which serves its Blue, Red and Green light rail lines. It also contains part of the Dallas Pedestrian Network, with shops and restaurants in the lower levels of the building and is connected to the Bullington Truck Terminal.
|Republic Center II||550 ft.||53||1964|
Republic Center Tower II is a 53-story skyscraper located at 325 North St. Paul Street in the City Center District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA), adjacent to Gables Republic Tower as part of Republic Center. The building stands at a height of 598 feet (182 m), making it the 11th-tallest building in Dallas by roof-height (the building is 12th-tallest with regards to adjacent Gables Republic Tower's spire). The structure is located diagonally across the street from DART's St.
|Santa Fe Terminal Complex||n/a||20||1926|
The Santa Fe Terminal Complex is an 18-acre complex of historic buildings in the Government District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). Constructed in 1924 as the headquarters for the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway and the Southwest’s largest merchandising center, three of the original four buildings remain today and have been renovated into various uses.
The Mondrian is a 20-story high-rise located at 3000 Blackburn Street in the Cityplace neighborhood of Oak Lawn, Dallas, Texas (USA). Construction started on the structure in 2003 and the building was completed in 2005, The building is located at the corner of McKinney Avenue and Blackburn Street. A central high-rise tower 20 stories high containing 146 dwelling units anchors the structure's postmodern architectural theme. The tower is flanked by 72 two-story urban loft units.
|Tower Petroleum Building||315 ft.||2||1931|
The Tower Petroleum Building (also known as The Tower Building) is a historic Art Deco Skyscraper located at 1907 Elm Street in the City Center District of Downtown Dallas. The tower, a contributing property in the Harwood Historic District, features Zig-zag Moderne styling and was designed by architect Mark Lemmon. The Tower Petroleum Building features Zig-zag Moderne motifs, one of the few buildings left in Downtown Dallas which features such designs.
|Trammell Crow Center||708 ft.||50||1985|
Trammell Crow Center is a 50-story postmodern skyscraper at 2001 Ross Avenue in the Arts District of downtown Dallas, Texas. With a structural height of 708 ft (216 m), and 686 ft (209 m) to the roof, it is the sixth-tallest building in Dallas and the 18th-tallest in the state The tower was designed by the architecture firm, Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, and has a polished and flamed granite façade, with 1,200,000 sq ft (111,000 m) of office space.
|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).
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