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The Ohio Savings Plaza, officially known as the AmTrust Bank Center, is a commercial high-rise building in Cleveland, Ohio. The building rises 253 feet (77 m) in Downtown Cleveland. It contains 17 floors, and was completed in 1969. The Ohio Savings Plaza currently stands as the 29th-tallest building in the city, tied in rank with the Penton Media Building and Ameritech Center. The architect who designed the building was George S. Ryder.
The AT&T Switching Center, is a 448ft (137m) tall skyscraper in Los Angeles, California. It was completed in 1961 and has 17 floors. It is the 29th tallest building in Los Angeles. A microwave tower, used from 1961 - 1993, is on top of the building. The building now serves 1.3 million phone lines in the 213 area code for foreign long distance calling.
The AT&T Building Addition stands at 444 Michigan Avenue in downtown Detroit, Michigan, and occupies the building block bordered by 1st Street, Cass Avenue, State Street, and Michigan Avenue. it was constructed in 1973 and finished the following year. The high-rise office building stands at 17 stories, and is used primarily as office space, telecommunications, as a hotel, and is owned by communications giant AT&T.
Westbrook Tower is a 213 ft residential tower located at 2121 Douglas Street in Downtown Omaha, NE. The building's erection was completed in 1966 and it is 17 stories tall. It is 18th tallest building in Omaha, as well as the 13th tallest in downtown. See also: List of tallest buildings in Omaha, Nebraska.