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464
feet
27
floors
2010
year built

The Franklin County Government Center is a government complex in Columbus, Ohio. The tallest building in the complex is the 27 floor, 464ft tall Franklin County Courthouse. It is the 7th tallest building in Columbus. Other building include 19 floor Municipal Court, and the 10 floor Hall of Justice, both designed by Prindle & Patrick. The 7 floor New Franklin County Hall of Justice will be completed in 2010.

Freedom Tower
New York City
1776
feet
105
floors
2013
year built

One World Trade Center (also known as the Freedom Tower,[12] 1 World Trade Center, One WTC and 1 WTC) is the main building of the rebuilt World Trade Center complex in Lower Manhattan, New York City. It is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, and the sixth-tallest in the world. The supertall structure has the same name as the North Tower of the original World Trade Center, which was completely destroyed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

740
feet
43
floors
2010
year built

200 West Street is a 740-foot (230 m) tall, 43-story building that opened in January 2010 in the Battery Park City neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City USA. It is the global headquarters of Goldman Sachs. It is located on West Street, between Vesey and Murray Streets. It is adjacent to the World Financial Center and the Embassy Suites hotel, across the street from the Verizon Building, and diagonally opposite the World Trade Center site and One World Trade Center.

660
feet
41
floors
2011
year built

The Great American Tower at Queen City Square, is a skyscraper currently under construction in Cincinnati, Ohio. The tower, built by Western & Southern Financial Group, began construction in July 2008, with completion set for 2011 at a cost of $322 million. Half the building will be occupied by Great American Insurance Company headquartered in Cincinnati.

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.

376
feet
34
floors
2011
year built

JW Marriott Indianapolis is a hotel that is currently under construction. The hotel is expected to be 34 floors and 376 feet (115 m) tall, making it the 7th-tallest building in Indianapolis and tallest hotel in Indiana upon completion in 2011. It is expected to have over 1,000 rooms and will have 3 underground parking garages. When completed, it will be the largest JW Marriott hotel in the world. The facility is owned and will be managed by White Lodging.

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feet
25
floors
2010
year built

Legacy at Memorial is a 25-story apartment building containing 274 units, with a smaller structure containing 60 lofts located on 3.3 acres and located along Memorial Drive in Houston, Texas.

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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feet
18
floors
2009
year built

Lighthouse Landing was a building complex proposed for construction in Cleveland, Ohio. The complex consists of two all-residential towers, Lighthouse Landing I and Lighthouse Landing II, and would have been built on a parking lot in the Flats of Downtown Cleveland. The two proposed structures would contain 22 and 18 floors, respectively, and stand among the tallest all-residential buildings in Cleveland upon completion.

270
feet
19
floors
2009
year built

Main and Gervais is a high-rise building in Columbia, South Carolina. Built in 2009, the tower has light blue glazing and is adorned with columns, giving the building a modern, stylized look. There is a also an outdoor dining plaza at the base of the building between its ground and Gervais Street, looking towards the South Carolina State House. The buildings main use is for commercial purposes. But it also houses a restaurant, service branches and a parking garage.

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