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The WallStreet Tower Omaha is a 32-story, 373 ft condomium project that will become Omaha, Nebraska's third tallest building upon completion. The building will be built on the site of the former Union Pacific headquarters, located at 14th and Dodge Street. Prices for a unit range from $195,000-$620,000. The project was expected to be completed by Fall 2009, although, it is now expected to begin construction at that time. . The plan previously consisted of 192 condos, but has now dropped to 96.
WaMu Center is a skyscraper built in Seattle, Washington. On its completion, it was the largest skyscraper to mark Downtown Seattle's skyline in nearly 15 years, and is the city's 6th tallest building, at 182 meters (598 ft), with 42 floors. Major construction ended in early 2006, with minor construction continuing into the fall, and tenants from Washington Mutual (WaMu) began to move in to the tower in March 2006.
Washington Hall, also known as Washington Tower, is a skyscraper in Amherst, Massachusetts that is built in the modernist style. It is named after former military commander and President of the United States George Washington. It is part of the Southwest Residential Area at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. When was built, it was known as the Southwest (South) Dormitory II. The building is also among the five top tallest dorms at the university and the Umass system.
The Washington Monument is an obelisk near the west end of the National Mall in Washington, D.C., built to commemorate the first U.S. president, General George Washington. The monument, made of marble, granite, and sandstone, is both the world's tallest stone structure and the world's tallest obelisk, standing 555 feet 5⅛ inches (169.294 m). There are taller monumental columns, but they are neither all stone nor true obelisks. It is also the tallest structure in Washington D.C..
The 1201 Third Avenue Tower (previously known as the Washington Mutual Tower) is the second tallest skyscraper in the downtown Seattle skyline. At 55 stories and 235 metres (771 ft), it is the eighth tallest skyscraper on the West Coast. Construction began in 1986 and finished in 1988. It was designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates and The McKinley Architects.
The Water Board Building is an Art Deco high-rise office building in downtown Detroit, Michigan, located at 735 Randolph Street. It was constructed in 1928 and stands at 23 stories tall. It was built using the Art Deco architectural style, and its materials include granite, limestone, marble, and terra cotta. The building was designed by Louis Kamper.
The Watermark Detroit project is one of three condo developments chosen to fill sites along the Detroit Riverfront once occupied by cement companies. The project, previously known as Chene West, is the first to reach a development agreement with the city. Detroit businessman, former Piston,and current Mayor of Detroit Dave Bing said construction of the buildings, which will house 112 units that include condos and town homes, is expected to be completed by 2009.
Waterplace is the name of a high-rise residential condominium project in Providence, Rhode Island. The project completed construction in mid-2008, and was developed by Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation. The two towers, which are 235 feet (72 m) and 213 ft (65 m) high, contain 193 luxury condominiums. The price range for units in the $100 million complex will start at $300,000 and top out at "more than $1 million".
Waterview Tower is a mixed-use, partially-constructed skyscraper in downtown Chicago, Illinois. Originally scheduled for completion in 2009, construction was suspended in early 2008 at a height of 26 floors as the developer became unable to secure financing, but now it's been delayed to 2012. If completed, it will be the fifth tallest building in Chicago and the third tallest residential building at 1,047 ft (319 m) tall.