Skyscrapers 1 to 10 of 18
1080 Brickell is a proposed skyscraper planned to be built at 1080 Brickell Avenue. It rises 149 metres (489 ft) into the sky and holds 43 floors with residential condominiums. It contains 315 condominium units, a swimming pool, jacuzzi, fitness center, and a spa. 1080 Brickell is adjacent to the metromover.
1999 Broadway is a 544ft (166m) tall skyscraper in Denver, Colorado. It was completed in 1985 and has 43 floors. The building was designed by Curtis W. Fentress, FAIA, RIBA of Fentress Architects and is the 5th tallest in Denver. 1999 Broadway has a unique shape, it is shaped like a triangle with a scoop in the side. This is caused by the desire to retain the historical Holy Ghost Catholic Church at the base.
201 Folsom Street is the second phase of Tishman Speyer's massive two block development in South of Market, San Francisco. It is located one block to the southwest of the project's first phase: The Infinity. 201 Folsom I will stand 43 stories tall and 201 Folsom II will stand 38 stories tall. The entire complex will contain 820 units.
44 Montgomery Street is an office skyscraper in the heart of San Francisco's Financial District. The tower stands 566 feet (172 meters) tall and has 43 floors. When completed in 1967, it was the tallest building west of Dallas until 555 California Street was erected in 1969. The building was once the world headquarters for Wells Fargo Bank. It was sold by AT&T in 1997 for $111 million.
50 Fremont Center is a office skyscraper rising 600 ft. (183 m) up from Fremont and Mission Street on the boundary of the San Francisco's Financial District and South of Market Area (SOMA). The tower has 43 stories and was completed in 1985. 50 Fremont street was developed and owned by Fremont Properties who sold the building in 2000, which was later purchased by Hines, who in turn sold the property to TIAA-CREF in early 2005.
The Bank of America Tower is a 617 ft (188 m) skyscraper in Downtown Jacksonville, Florida, United States. It is currently the 9th tallest building in the state of Florida, (the tallest 8 being in Miami). It was built as the headquarters of Barnett Bank and originally named Barnett Tower, but the name was changed in 1997 when Barnett was acquired by NationsBank, which soon merged with BankAmerica.
One Detroit Center, also known as Comerica Tower at Detroit Center after its tenant, is a skycraper located downtown in the the city's financial district (500 Woodward Ave. Detroit, Michigan 48226). Rising 619 feet (189 m), the 43-story tower is the tallest office building in Michigan, and the second tallest overall in the state behind the central hotel tower of the Renaissance Center, located a few blocks away.
Fifth and Columbia Tower is a 660ft (201m) tall skyscraper approved for construction in Seattle, Washington. It will be completed in 2011 and have 43 floors. It was designed by Zimmer Gunsul Frasca and is being developed by Daniels Development Company. When the building is completed it will be the seventh tallest building in Seattle, and the tallest building completed since 2006.