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420
feet
35
floors
2009
year built

101 Clarendon Street, also known as Columbus Center, is a proposed skyscraper planned for Boston, Massachusetts. If completed, it would stand as the 25th-tallest building in Boston. Continuing on the trend established by the Prudential Tower in 1964, the completed building will conceal more of the Massachusetts Turnpike by utilizing air rights above it.

2727 Kirby
Houston
405
feet
30
floors
2009
year built

2727 Kirby is a 30-story, 96 unit, condominium high rise, designed by Ziegler Cooper and located in Upper Kirby just south of Westheimer in Houston, Texas. Residents of this building are zoned to schools in the Houston Independent School District. They are zoned to Poe Elementary School, Lanier Middle School, and Lamar High School.

568
feet
46
floors
2009
year built

3670 Wilshire Boulevard was the location of a proposed 568 ft (173 m) tall skyscraper in Los Angeles, California. It was planned to be completed in 2009 and would have had 46 floors.

555 Mission Street
San Francisco
458
feet
33
floors
2009
year built

555 Mission Street is a 33 story, 458 ft (140 m) office tower in the South of Market area of San Francisco, California. Construction of the tower began in 2007 and the tower was finished on September 18, 2008. The building is the first in a new generation of office towers in San Francisco's downtown. In addition, this is one out of several new highrise projects completed or under construction on Mission Street since 2000, like The Paramount, the St.

Aspira
Seattle
400
feet
37
floors
2009
year built

Aspira is a 400 ft (122 m) tall skyscraper in the Denny Triangle neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. It has 37 floors, and is comprised mostly of apartments. Construction ended in late 2009.

396
feet
25
floors
2009
year built

The Bank of the West Tower, also known as 500 Capitol Mall, is a 25-story 433,508-square-foot (40,274.2 m) high-rise in downtown Sacramento, California with a 10-level, 800 stall parking garage. The building consists of a 5-story atrium/lobby, ground floor retail, office space, and a 2-level penthouse restaurant or meeting facility. The structure has a steel frame and features a granite curtain wall with stone-on-precast and stone-on-truss panels on the exterior.

Beekman Place Tower
New York City
876
feet
76
floors
2009
year built

The Beekman Place Tower is an architecturally unique, mixed-use tower that is under construction on Manhattan Island in New York City, New York. The tower, designed by architect Frank Gehry, is set to rise 76 stories and be 876 feet (267 meters) tall. Construction began on the tower in 2006 and the building is set to open in 2010.

Element
Tampa
460
feet
34
floors
2009
year built

Element is a 460ft (140m) tall skyscraper in Tampa, Florida. It has 34 floors and 395 units. It was designed by Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio, and developed by Novare Group / Intown Tampa Development.

166
feet
16
floors
2009
year built

Highland Park Center is the first and one of the largest Green office buildings in Miami, FL. It is located at 1001 Sunnybrook Rd. Miami, FL. From street level, the building is 166 feet tall and contains 16 floors. It is set to become the only Silver certified building in Miami. It was designed by Robert Swedroe. The building is one of the first office buildings in Miami, to be constructed of recycled concrete, drywall, and wood.

360
feet
24
floors
2009
year built

Legg Mason Tower is a 24-story, glass high-rise located at 100 International Drive in Baltimore, Maryland's Harbor East development. Completed in May 2009, the 650,000 square foot waterfront skyscraper was developed by Harbor East Development Group, and reaches a height of 360.5 feet/ 110 meters. It was designed by Beatty Harvey Coco Architects with HKS Architects, and is situated at the edge of the city's Inner Harbor.

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