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549
feet
37
floors
1989
year built

Named for its address, 100 East Wisconsin is a high-rise located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Erected in 1989 on the site of the old Pabst building, its design is reflective of the authentic German architecture which has been preserved in downtown Milwaukee. It is bordered on the west by the Milwaukee River, and is the most significant building along the Milwaukee Riverwalk. It is the second tallest building in Wisconsin, behind the US Bank Center, which is also in downtown Milwaukee.

328
feet
20
floors
1989
year built

110 N. Main Street is an office tower located in downtown Dayton, Ohio. The building is 328 ft (100m) tall. 110 N. Main Street has 20 floors and was completed in the year 1989. 110 N. Main Street was once known as Fifth Third Center before Fifth Third Bank moved to the One Dayton Centre in 2009.

455
feet
26
floors
1989
year built

150 West Jefferson (Formerly called the Madden Building) is a tall skyscraper in Downtown Detroit, Michigan. The building was constructed in 1987, and finished in 1989. It stands at 26 stories tall, with two basement floors, for a total of 28. The building's materials are plain concrete and granite, in a postmodern architectural design.

1585 Broadway
New York City
686
feet
42
floors
1989
year built

1585 Broadway is the headquarters of Morgan Stanley, on the west side of Broadway, north of Duffy Square in Midtown Manhattan. Even before 1585 Broadway began to rise over Duffy Square, its developer, David S. Solomon, had signed law firm Proskauer Rose to a 20-year lease for 365,000 square feet (33,900 square meters). A notable achievement at any time, the deal was a milestone in a market where a growing number of new buildings were competing heavily for a shrinking number of tenants.

1620 L Street
Washington, DC
157
feet
12
floors
1989
year built

1620 L 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 Smith, Segreti, Tepper, McMahon & Harned and was completed in 1989.

408
feet
28
floors
1989
year built

300 North Meridian is a high rise in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was completed in 1989 and is currently the fifth-tallest building in the city. It is primarily used for office space.

60 Wall Street
New York City
745
feet
55
floors
1989
year built

60 Wall Street is a 55-story skyscraper (745 feet, 227 meters) in Lower Manhattan, which currently serves as the American headquarters of Deutsche Bank. Built between 1987 and 1989 as the headquarters for J.P. Morgan & Co. (now absorbed into JPMorgan Chase), the tower has over 1.7 million square feet (160,000 m²) of office space. Completed in 1989, 60 Wall Street was the largest corporate building to be built in the Financial District.

750 7th Avenue
New York City
615
feet
36
floors
1989
year built

750 Seventh Avenue is a 615ft (187m) tall skyscraper in New York City, New York. It was completed in 1989 and has 36 floors. Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo & Associate designed the building, and it is owned by Hines. The building's continuous helix design, culminating in a chimney-like extension, was caused by the New York City Building Code, which requires setbacks. The 84 exterior column transfers exist because of the owner's requirement for a column-free space.

869
feet
66
floors
1989
year built

900 North Michigan in Chicago is a skyscraper completed in 1989. At 871 feet (265 m) tall, it is currently the seventh tallest building in Chicago and the 25th tallest in the United States. It was developed by Urban Retail Properties in 1988 as an upscale sister to Water Tower Place, one block southeast, and was the second vertical mall built along the Magnificent Mile. The building features a large, upscale shopping mall called 900 North Michigan Shops.

ARCO Tower
Los Angeles
462
feet
25
floors
1989
year built

The ARCO Tower or 1055 West Seventh is a 462ft (141m) tall skyscraper in Los Angeles, California. It was constructed from 1988 to 1989 and has 25 floors. It is 32nd tallest building in Los Angeles, and the second tallest in Westlake. It has a very prominent position in the local skyline, as it across the 110 (Harbor) Freeway from the majority of the skyscrapers in downtown Los Angeles and the only other nearby building taller than it is 1100 Wilshire.

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