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339
feet
23
floors
1974
year built

Comerica Bank Building is the 25th tallest building in San Diego, California and is a prominent fixture in San Diego's skyline. The 23-story skyscraper has a height of 339 ft (103 m) and is located in the Core district of Downtown San Diego. It was constructed in 1974 and was designed by the architect firm Carrier Johnson Architects. The building was the tallest one built in San Diego during the 1970s.

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feet
41
floors
1974
year built

The Deutsche Bank Building at 130 Liberty Street in New York City, United States, adjacent to the World Trade Center (WTC), opened in 1974 as Bankers Trust Plaza. The building was acquired by Deutsche Bank when it acquired Bankers Trust in 1998. The Deutsche Bank Building was heavily damaged in the September 11, 2001 attacks after being blasted by the avalanche of debris, ash, dust and smoke that spread from WTC. The building has been in ruins ever since.

725
feet
40
floors
1974
year built

The Fulbright Tower is a 725ft (221m) tall skyscraper in Houston, Teaxs.

485
feet
37
floors
1974
year built

The Henry M. Jackson Federal Building is a 37-story United States Federal Government skyscraper in downtown Seattle, Washington. Located on the block bounded by Marion and Madison Streets and 1st and 2nd Avenues, it was completed in 1974 and won the AIA Honor Award in 1976. It received its current name after the death of U.S. Senator Henry M. Jackson in 1983.

579
feet
40
floors
1974
year built

Houston Center is a retail and office complex in Downtown Houston, Texas, United States. It is owned and operated by subsidiaries of Crescent Real Estate Equities Co. (NYSE: CEI). The three towers in Houston Center have almost 3.4 million square feet of Class A office space. The buildings in Houston Center include: Texas Eastern Corporation bought 32 blocks of land in Downtown Houston for $50 million; many of the blocks included slums.

600
feet
44
floors
1974
year built

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.

Modis Building
Jacksonville
535
feet
37
floors
1974
year built

The Modis Building, also known as Modis Tower, is a skyscraper in Jacksonville, Florida. Standing 535 feet (163 m) tall, it is currently the city's second-tallest building. The tower was completed in 1974 by the Independent Life and Accident Insurance Company, and was known as the Independent Life Building.

PNM Building
Albuquerque
184
feet
12
floors
1974
year built

The PNM Building is a 12-story office tower located at 414 Silver Avenue SW in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. It is 56 m (184 ft) tall, making it the eighth tallest building in the city. Built in 1974, it replaced the old Public Service Company building at 420 Central SW as PNM Resources's headquarters. The building is part of the Alvarado Square complex, which consists of the 12-story PNM tower and a shorter structure across the street on the north side of Silver Avenue.

886
feet
56
floors
1974
year built

Renaissance Tower is a 886 ft (270 m), 56-story modernist skyscraper located at 1201 Elm Street in downtown Dallas, Texas. The tower is the second tallest in the city, the fifth tallest in Texas, and the 24th tallest in the United States. Renaissance Tower was designed by the architectural firm Hellmuth, Obata and Kassabaum, completed in 1974, and renovated by architects Skidmore, Owings and Merrill in 1986 and serves as headquarters for Neiman Marcus, Blockbuster and Winstead PC.

629
feet
??
floors
1974
year built

The James A. Rhodes State Office Tower is a 629-foot (192 m) skyscraper located in Columbus, Ohio. The Rhodes Tower was completed and occupied in 1974, and is currently the tallest building in Columbus. Currently, approximately 4000 state employees work in the building. Construction costs totaled approximately $66 million. It is named after Ohio's longest serving governor, James A. Rhodes.

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