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101 Park Avenue is a 629-foot (192 m) tall skyscraper in New York City, New York. It was completed in 1979 to 1982 and has 49 floors. Eli Attia Architects designed the building, which is the 64th tallest in New York. It was used as the facade of the fictional "Pemrose building" in the 1987 film The Secret of My Success, as well as the fictional "Clamp Tower" in the 1990 film Gremlins 2.
1090 Vermont Avenue NW is a high-rise modernist office building in Washington, D.C., which is tied with the Renaissance Washington DC Hotel as the fourth-tallest commercial building in the city (as of January 2010). The building is 187 feet (57 metres) high and has 12 floors. It contained about 160,000 square feet (14,880 square metres) of space when it first opened, but only 150,000 square feet (13,905 square metres) by 1998.
1111 19th Street is a high-rise building in Washington, D.C. The building rises 12 floors and 157 feet (48 m) in height. The building was designed by architectural firm Heery International and was completed in 1979. As of July 2008, the structure stands as the 24th-tallest building in the city, tied in rank with 1620 L Street, 1333 H Street, 1000 Connecticut Avenue, The Republic Building, 1010 Mass, the Army and Navy Club Building and the The Watergate Hotel and Office Building.
1250 Poydras Plaza (also known as the Emi Building and formerly the Mobil Building), located at 1250 Poydras Street in the Central Business District of New Orleans, Louisiana, is a 24-story, 342 feet (104 m)-tall skyscraper. In June 2010 the Unified Command moved its headquarters from the Dutch Royal Shell Conference Center in Robert, Louisiana to the building to deal with the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
595 Market Street is a skyscraper in San Francisco, California. The building rises 410 feet (125 meters) in the northern region of San Francisco’s Financial District. It contains 30 floors, and was completed in 1979. 595 Market Street currently stands as the 37th-tallest building in the city. The architect who designed the building was Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. It is one of the few hexagonal-shaped skyscrapers in the city.
Bank of America Fifth Avenue Plaza is a 543ft (166m) tall skyscraper in Seattle, Washington.It was constructed from 1979 to 1981 and has 42 floors. It is the 9th tallest building in Seattle and as designed by 3D/International. The building has been able to retain a minimum of 98% occupancy since it was opened.
Citigroup Center (formerly 444 Flower Building) is a 625 ft (191 m) 48 storey skyscraper at 444 S. Flower Street in the Bunker Hill area of downtown Los Angeles, California. When completed in 1979, the tower was the fifth-tallest in the city—as of 2009, it is the eleventh. The building was previously owned by Beacon Capital Partners which purchased the property in 2003 for US$170 million, and later to Broadway Partners Fund Manager, LLC from December 2006 to September 2009.
The Fourth and Blanchard Building, also known as the Sedgwick James Building or the Darth Vader building, is a skyscraper located in the Belltown neighborhood just north of downtown Seattle. The high-rise style construction rises to 105 meters (344 feet) and has 25 floors above the ground. Chester L. Lindsey Architects, notable as the architects of the Columbia Center, designed the building.. The building was completed in 1979 and is clad in reflective glass.
The Hilton Anatole is a hotel located at 2201 Stemmons Freeway in the Market Center District near downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). Featuring 1,606 guest rooms, it is one of the largest hotels in the Southwest and is a major convention and meeting facility. Over 1,000 art objects, including a casting of Riding Into the Sunset, are located throughout the resort setting and the hotel features the five-star Nana Restaurant.