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484
feet
34
floors
1983
year built

The Miami Center is a skyscraper in downtown Miami, Florida. Although not even close to being one of that city's tallest buildings, it is a symbol of early downtown. Built in 1983, it is older compared with most of the taller buildings in Miami, which have been built in the last decade. In addition, the Miami Center is immediately adjacent to Bayfront Park, and is unobstructed when looking at the skyline from Miami Beach to the east. The building is 484 ft (148 m) tall and has 34 floors.

452
feet
34
floors
1972
year built

One Allen Center is a 452ft (138m) tall skyscraper in Houston, Texas. It was completed in 1972 and has 34 floors. It is the 31st tallest building in the city.

500
feet
34
floors
1991
year built

One America Plaza is the tallest building in San Diego, California and a prominent fixture in San Diego's skyline. Located in the waterfront district of Downtown San Diego, One America Plaza is a thirty-four story, obelisk-shaped tower standing 500 feet tall, designed by architects Helmut Jahn of Murphy/Jahn Architects and Krommenhoek/McKeown & Associates. The top of the building bears a striking resemblance to the end of a Phillips-head screwdriver.

492
feet
34
floors
1971
year built

The Pacific Gas & Electric Building is an office skyscraper located in San Francisco's Financial District on Mission Street. The building, completed in 1971, stands 492 feet or 150 m tall and has 34 floors. Pacific Gas & Electric, Northern California's main utility, is headquartered in this tower.

434
feet
34
floors
1984
year built

Phoenix Tower is a 434ft (132m) tall skyscraper in Houston, Texas. It was completed in 1984 and has 34 floors. It is the 36th tallest building in the city. It is managed by Hines Interests. The Phoenix Tower is adjacent to Greenway Plaza and located in an area between Downtown Houston and Uptown. In 1983 Hurricane Alicia blew large chunks of concrete and steel from the under-construction parking deck onto the Buffalo Speedway.

500
feet
34
floors
1989
year built

Symphony Towers is a high-rise building in San Diego, California, and is the city's second tallest skyscraper. The tallest in San Diego is One America Plaza of 500 feet while Symphony Towers is 499 feet. Designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, Symphony Towers is widely seen as one of Downtown's premier locations. The building is Located on B Street in the Financial District.

503
feet
34
floors
1984
year built

The Huntingdon is a 503ft (153m) tall skyscraper in Houston, Texas. It was completed in 1984 and has 34 floors. It is the 27th tallest building in the city. It is also the tallest all residential building in the city and was the tallest all residential building in Texas until the Mercantile Building was converted into residential, whose spire is twenty feet taller. It includes baroque gate piers. The Huntington is within the Houston Independent School District.

Two PNC Plaza
Pittsburgh
446
feet
34
floors
1976
year built

Two PNC Plaza is a high-rise office building located in the Golden Triangle of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Constructed in 1976, it is 446 feet (136 m) in height and has 34 stories. It is the former site of Equibank, a major national bank (formerly Western Pennsylvania National Bank (WPNB). It houses offices for PNC Financial Services next door to the company's One PNC Plaza headquarters.

Wachovia Center
Winston-Salem
460
feet
34
floors
1995
year built

100 North Main Street is a postmodern, 460-foot (140 m), 34-floor office skyscraper in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA. Originally named Wachovia Center, the building served as the corporate headquarters of Wachovia bank from 1995, the year of the tower's construction, to 2001, the year the corporation merged with First Union and moved its headquarters to Charlotte, North Carolina.

Wachovia Tower
Birmingham
454
feet
34
floors
1986
year built

The Wachovia Tower is a 34 story, 454 foot (138 meter) tall office building located in Birmingham, Alabama. Built in 1986 as the corporate headquarters for SouthTrust Corporation, the building was originally known as the SouthTrust Tower until 2005 when SouthTrust completed its meger with Wachovia. The building was developed by Johnston-Rast & Hays and designed by architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and Giattina, Fisher & Aycock.

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