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600
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40
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2002
year built

1500 Louisiana Street, formerly Enron Center South, is a 600 ft (183m) tall Post-Modern skyscraper in Houston, Texas. It was completed in 2002 and has 40 floors. It is the 17th tallest building in the city. It was the tallest building to break ground since Heritage Plaza in 1987. Enron, a Houston-based company, had the building constructed to serve as its US headquarters.

423
feet
40
floors
2007
year built

1800 Club is a residential skyscraper in the Edgewater neighborhood of Miami, Florida, United States. It was completed in 2007 and is now open. The building is located east of Biscayne Boulevard and fronts Margaret Pace Park and Biscayne Bay. The building is 423 feet (129 m) tall, and contains 40 floors. Floors 1-5 are occupied by retail, while floors 6-40 are residential condominiums and apartments. The building is located at the corner of North Bayshore Drive and Northeast 18th Street.

548
feet
40
floors
1974
year built

1818 Market Street is a 40-story skyscraper in downtown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

499
feet
40
floors
1970
year built

28 State Street is a modern skyscraper in the Government Center neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. Built in 1970, it is Boston's 16th-tallest building, standing 500 feet (152 m) tall, and housing 40 floors. The building has a rectangular footprint which is then setback once near the top floor. The tower does not have a crown and in fact has a flattened roof. It was designed by Emery Roth & Sons and Edward Larrabee Barnes Associates.

522
feet
40
floors
1925
year built

35 East Wacker or North American Life Insurance Building (its name on the Michigan–Wacker Historic District contributing property listing) and (formerly Pure Oil Building) is a 40-story 523-foot (159 m) historic building in the Loop community area of Chicago, Illinois. It was once the tallest building outside of New York City. As with many claims of superior height, definitions are important. This claim ignores the Chicago Temple Building's steeple.

560
feet
40
floors
2010
year built

505 Madison is a 560ft (171m) tall approved skyscraper in Seattle, Washington. It is scheduled to be completed in 2010 and have 40 floors. It will be the 10th tallest building in Seattle and was designed by NBBJ.

709
feet
40
floors
1978
year built

555 17th Street, formerly known as the Anaconda Tower and the Qwest Tower, is a skyscraper in Denver, Colorado. The building was completed in 1978, and rises 40 floors and 507 feet (155 m) in height. The building stands as the seventh-tallest building in Denver and Colorado. It also stood as the tallest building in the city at the time of its 1978 completion, and held that distinction for three years until it was surpassed by the 709-foot (216 m) 707 17th Street in 1981.

418
feet
40
floors
2008
year built

Axis at Brickell Village is a high-rise building complex in the Brickell district of Miami, Florida. The complex, designed by the renowned Arquitectonica architecture firm, consists of two residential twin towers, Axis at Brickell Village North Tower and Axis at Brickell Village South Tower. Both towers were topped off in mid-2007, meaning that they have reached their final heights and were completed in 2008. The towers rise 418 feet (127 meters) each, with 40 floors.

517
feet
40
floors
2006
year built

The Brickell Financial Center is an under construction skyscraper office complex in the City of Miami, Florida, United States. It is located in Downtown's northern Brickell Financial District, on the corner of Brickell Avenue and Southeast 7th Street. The complex contains the state of Florida's first building to be pre-certified under the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED). It includes office space, a hotel, luxury condominiums and a public plaza.

512
feet
40
floors
1973
year built

The Bryan Tower is a skyscraper in Dallas, Texas. The building rises 512 feet (156 meters). It contains 40 floors, and was completed in 1973. The Bryan Tower currently stands as the 19th-tallest building in the city. The architect who designed the building was Neuhaus & Taylor. The building is known for its distinctive gold-tinted windows and the steel beams that run up and down the building.

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