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425
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29
floors
1986
year built

1835 Market Street, formerly known as Eleven Penn Center, is a high-rise building located in the Market West region of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The building stands at 425 feet (130 meters) with 29 floors, and was completed in 1986. It is currently the 21st-tallest building in Philadelphia. The architectural firm who designed the building was the Kling Lindquist Partnership.

425
feet
32
floors
1986
year built

Atlanta Plaza is a 425ft (130m) tall skyscraper in Atlanta, Georgia. It was completed in 1986 and has 32 floors. Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates, Inc.designed the building, which is tied with 1100 Peachtree as the 25th tallest building in Atlanta.

425
feet
37
floors
2005
year built

Blue on the Bay is a skyscraper in the City of Miami, Florida, United States. It is located in the northern part of the city, near Midtown Miami, in the Edgewater neighborhood. Completed in 2005, it was part of the recent building boom in Miami. It is 425 feet (130 m) tall, and contains 37 floors. Floors 1-3 are used for retail, and floors 4-36 are used for residential units. The 37th floor contains an observation deck and resident facilities.

425
feet
42
floors
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year built

The Eagle Garage Tower is a high-rise building planned for construction in the downtown region of Miami, Florida. It has been approved by the City of Miami, and is scheduled to begin construction in late 2007. If completed, the building would rise 425 feet (130 meters), with 42 floors. The Eagle Garage Tower is one of several new residential developments taking place in Miami, and is a part of the city's recent Manhattanization wave.

425
feet
30
floors
1921
year built

The Wrigley Building (400-410 North Michigan Avenue, Near North Side, Chicago, Illinois) is a skyscraper located directly across Michigan Avenue from the Tribune Tower on the Magnificent Mile. It was built to house the corporate headquarters of the Wrigley Company. When ground was broken for the Wrigley Building in 1920, there were no major office buildings north of the Chicago River and the Michigan Avenue Bridge, which spans the river just south of the building was still under construction.

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