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Market Tower is a skyscraper located at the corner of Illinois and Market streets in Indianapolis, Indiana. The tower was completed in 1988 and it has 32 floors, making it the fourth-tallest building in the city. It is unknown whether the 8 spires at the top of the tower are included in the building height, which is 421 feet (128 m). Market Tower is the tallest concrete reinforced tower in the state of Indiana. It is primarily used for office space.
Marriott Indianapolis is a high-rise hotel in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was completed in 2001 and has 19 floors. It is the largest hotel in Indiana. The Indianapolis Marriott Downtown features 622 guest rooms and 40,000 square feet of meeting/event space spread over 33 rooms. Located inside the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown are the Champions Sports Bar and the Circle City Bar and Grille.
One Indiana Square is a 36-story building at 211 North Pennsylvania Street in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. It is used by various companies for offices. The building opened in 1970 as the headquarters of Indiana National Bank. The building went through an exterior make over after being damaged by tornado-strength winds on April 2, 2006. It was also previously damaged in 1978, 1980, and 1990.
OneAmerica Tower is a 38-story building at 200 North Illinois Street in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. It is used by various companies for offices. The building opened in 1982 and is made of Indiana Limestone. From 1982 to 1990, the OneAmerica Tower was the tallest building in the state of Indiana. The OneAmerica Tower is the 2nd tallest building in Indianapolis behind only the Chase Tower.
The Pyramids are three pyramid-shaped office buildings that are part of a 200-acre (810,000 m) commercial development in College Park, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. The structures occupy 45 acres (180,000 m) of land situated next to a 25-acre (100,000 m) lake. They were constructed between 1967 and 1972 by the College Life Insurance Company using a design by famed architect Kevin Roche.