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101 California Street is a 48-storey office building completed in 1982 in the Financial District of San Francisco, California. The 183 m (600 ft) tower providing 1,200,000 sq ft (111,000 m) of office space is bounded by California-, Davis-, Front-, and Pine Streets near Market Street. The faceted cylindrical tower features a seven story, glass enclosed lobby and a granite plaza with flower beds and a fountain.
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.
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.
Buffalo City Tower was an approved 40-story, mixed-use, tower aiming to be the tallest in downtown Buffalo. It was to be developed by British property development company BSC Group, headed up by entrepreneur Bashar Issa. Details included: retail focused on the corner of S. Elmwood and Mohawk Street, 20 floors of office space at 24,400 GSF/floor, 10 floors of hotel totaling 300 rooms each at 380 – 500 sq ft., and 10 floors of 80 condos each at 965 – 1,500 sq ft (140 m).
Cardinal Symphony is a proposed skyscraper planned for construction in the downtown region of Miami, Florida. The tower is one of several new residential towers proposed for the city. If completed, the building would stand at 600 feet (183 meters), with 60 floors. The tower has an estimated completion date of 2010. Cardinal Symphony is a part of the recent Manhattanization wave that is taking place throughout Miami.
CNA Center is a 600-foot (183 m), 44-story high-rise building located at 333 South Wabash Avenue in Chicago. CNA Center is a simple, rectangular International Style building, but it is unique in that the entire building is painted bright red, turning an otherwise ordinary-looking structure into one of the most eye-catching buildings in the city. It was designed by the firm of Graham, Anderson, Probst & White and was completed in 1972.
The Heller International Building is a skyscraper in Chicago, Illinois. The building rises 600 feet (183 m) in Chicago's Near West Side neighborhood. It contains 45 floors, and was completed in 1992. The Heller International Building currently stands as the 35th-tallest building in the city. The architectural firm who designed the building was Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the same firm who designed Chicago's Sears Tower and John Hancock Center and the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
The Lynx Complex will be a complex of skyscrapers in Downtown Miami, Florida, United States. When completed, it will contain five buildings over 600 feet (180 m) and each over 50 stories. The two tallest buildings in the complex have been approved by the city council and the Federal Aviation Administration, and construction has not yet begun. The tallest building in the complex, the Lynx Central West Tower, will rise 746 feet (227 m) and 76 floors.
1166 is a 600-feet (183-meter) tall skyscraper located at 1166 Avenue of the Americas in New York City, New York. It was completed in 1974 and has 44 floors. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill designed the building, which is the 82nd tallest in New York City. It is formerly the headquarters of Marsh & McLennan.
One Boston Place, also known as the Boston Company Building, is a 41-story office tower located in the Financial District of Boston, Massachusetts. With a height of 601 feet (183 meters), One Boston Place is the 4th-tallest building in the city. Despite its simple appearance, One Boston Place has become a major Boston landmark due to its distinctive diagonal exterior bracing and unusual rooftop "box" design.