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1010 Common (formerly the Bank of New Orleans Building), located at 1010 Common Street in the Central Business District of New Orleans, Louisiana, is a 31-story, 438 foot (134 m)-tall skyscraper. The building is adjacent to the 14-story Latter Center Garage & Annex. 1010 Common has architectural features of the late Art Deco and Nouveu period though it is a revival since it was built in the 1970s.
1080 Brickell is a proposed skyscraper planned to be built at 1080 Brickell Avenue. It rises 149 metres (489 ft) into the sky and holds 43 floors with residential condominiums. It contains 315 condominium units, a swimming pool, jacuzzi, fitness center, and a spa. 1080 Brickell is adjacent to the metromover.
1090 Vermont Avenue NW is a high-rise modernist office building in Washington, D.C., which is tied with the Renaissance Washington DC Hotel as the fourth-tallest commercial building in the city (as of January 2010). The building is 187 feet (57 metres) high and has 12 floors. It contained about 160,000 square feet (14,880 square metres) of space when it first opened, but only 150,000 square feet (13,905 square metres) by 1998.
1095 Avenue Of The Americas is a 630 ft (192m) tall skyscraper in New York City, New York. It was constructed from 1972 to 1974 as headquarters of New York Telephone and has 41 floors. The building also served as the headquarters of Bell Atlantic. Kahn & Jacobs designed the building, which is the 61st tallest in New York. From 2006 to 2007 the tower received a $260 million renovation which upgraded the office space from Class B+ to Class A office space.
11 Stanwix Street (formerly the Westinghouse Tower) is one of the major distinctive and recognizable features of Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The tower was originally built and named for the Westinghouse Corporation. Tenants today include IBM, law firm Cohen & Grigsby, advertising firm Brunner, and the local headquarters for First Niagara Financial Group. 11 Stanwix Street was completed in 1970 and it has 23 floors. It rises 355 feet or 108 meters above Downtown Pittsburgh.
1100 Peachtree Street is one of the prominent buildings of Midtown Atlanta, Georgia. The 28-story, 618,000 sq ft (57,414 m) building is currently owned by Atlanta-based property management company Carter Associates and the San Antonio-based USAA Real Estate Co. It was previously partly owned and largely occupied by telecommunications company AT&T providing offices for its top executives. Besides BellSouth, the other major occupant is law firm Kilpatrick Stockton, LLP.