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This article is about an office building in Memphis, Tennessee. For information about the castle-like structure in Winterset, Iowa, see Clark Tower Clark Tower is a 34-story high-rise office building in eastern Memphis, Tennessee. It was completed in 1972. The building is owned and managed by In-Rel Management. Clark Tower was developed in the early 1970s by developer William B. Clark, Sr. as part of a larger development called Clark Center.
HLW is an international architecture and design consultancy, with headquarters in New York City, with offices in Los Angeles, London and Shanghai. It is one of the longest-lived firms in the United States, tracing its beginnings to 1885 in New York. The firm traces its origins to 1885, when Cyrus L.W. Eidlitz worked on the design of the Metropolitan Telephone Buildings on Cortlandt Street in Manhattan.
The AT&T Huron Road Building (formally known as the Ohio Bell Building) is an art deco skyscraper located at 750 Huron Road in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. It serves as the corporate headquarters for Ohio Bell, a regional telephone company owned by AT&T. The building has 24 stories and rises to a height of 365 ft (111 m).
The Sterick Building is an office building in Memphis, Tennessee. It was designed by Wyatt C. Hedrick & Co., and was completed in 1930—its name is a contraction of the original owners' names R.E. Sterling and Wyatt Hedrick. It is a gothic-style tower, 111 m (365 ft) tall with 29 floors. When it opened it 1930 it was the tallest building in the South and was the tallest building in Tennessee until 1957. It is now the fifth-tallest building in Memphis.
The Grand Doubletree also referred as The Grand is a skyscraper on the north side of Downtown Miami, Florida, United States. It lies within the Media and Entertainment District. It was completed in 1986. It is a condominium and hotel. Floors 3-9 are hotel rooms. Floors 10-42 contain over 830 condominium units. The hotel portion contains 152 rooms, and was renovated in 2004.