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Two Liberty Place is the third tallest skyscraper in Philadelphia, and the 33rd tallest in the United States, stretching 58 floors to 848 ft (258m). The tower was completed in 1990. Two Liberty Place is the smaller sister building to nearby One Liberty Place. Both buildings were designed by Helmut Jahn of Murphy/Jahn Architects. Two Liberty Place has two entrances to The Shops at Liberty Place, an enclosed upscale shopping mall attached to the complex.
Two Logan Square is a highrise office building in downtown Philadelphia just off The Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The building is known for its signature roofline with a backlit clock. It is a companion building to One Logan Square which stands across Cherry Street. The building, designed by the firm Kohn Pederson Fox, was completed in 1987, the same year as One Liberty Place, which stood as Philadelphia's tallest building for 20 years.
The Wachovia Building, originally the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company Building is a skyscraper located in Center City, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The Beaux-Arts skyscraper was built for the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Co. in 1928. Designed by architectural firm Simon and Simon, the 29-story high-rise is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Waldorf Astoria Hotel & Residences Philadelphia is a proposed skyscraper in the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The tower itself will soar at 670 ft with 58 floors, which it'll be located on 1441 Chestnut St. Waldorf Astoria Philadelphia plans to complete this project by the year of 2012. This hotel will be a property of the developing Waldorf=Astoria Collection, a luxury chain of hotels and resorts, owned by Hilton Hotels Corporation.
World Trade Square is a proposed office complex to be built on a 5.5-acre (22,000 m) site in the Delaware Riverfront region of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The complex would consist of four high-rise buildings: Old City Harbor Tower I, Old City Harbor Tower II, Old City Harbor Tower III, and the Greater Philadelphia World Trade Center.