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Chase Tower is a high-rise office building located at 611 Woodward Avenue, in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1959 and stands at 14 floors in height. It was designed in the modern architectural style, and uses a great deal of marble to coordinate with the buildings in the nearby Civic Center. It was designed by Albert Kahn Associates. The Chase Tower stands on the site of Detroit's first skyscraper, the Hammond Building.
The Commonwealth Building is a 14-story commercial office tower in Portland, Oregon, United States, located at 421 SW 6th Avenue between Washington and Stark Streets. Designed by architect Pietro Belluschi, it was built between 1944 and 1948 and was originally known as the Equitable Building. It is noted as one of the first glass box towers ever built, pioneering many modern features and predating the more famous Lever House in Manhattan.
The Detroit Free Press Building is a building designed by architect Albert Kahn and constructed in downtown Detroit, Michigan, in 1924 and completed a year later. The high-rise building has two basement floors, and 14 floors above the ground, for a total of 16 floors. The building features Art Deco architecture style, and incorporates a great deal of limestone into its materials. Its design features stepped massing in the central tower and flanking wings.
The Detroit Masonic Temple is the world's largest Masonic Temple. Located in the Cass Corridor of Detroit, Michigan, at 500 Temple Street the building serves as a home to various masonic organizations including the York Rite Sovereign College of North America. The Masonic Temple Theater, managed by Olympia Entertainment), is a venue for concerts, Broadway shows, and other special events in the Detroit Theater District.
The Fyfe Building stands at 10 W. Adams Avenue, at the corner of Adams Ave. and Woodward Avenue in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It faces onto Central United Methodist Church, and Grand Circus Park. The high-rise building was constructed in 1916, and is one of Detroit's oldest; it was finished in 1919, and was constructed in the neo-gothic architectural style. It stands at 14 floors, and has 65 residential units.
The Gold Building (also known as the New Mexico Bank & Trust Building) is a 14-story office building located at 320 Gold Avenue SW in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. When the building was completed in 1968 it was one of the tallest in the city at 62 m (203 ft). It now ranks sixth. The building is rectangular in plan and sits on a larger one-story base. The east and west walls of the Gold Building are windowless expanses of reddish brick, much like the neighboring Simms Building.
The Hartford Building is a mid-rise skyscraper located in the City Center District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA) and adjacent to DART's St. Paul Station. The $5 million office building, built during a time of large insurance growth in Dallas, was constructed to serve as the southwestern regional home office for the Hartford Fire Insurance Group. It was developed by Trammell Crow and Eugene Locke and opened in 1960.
The Hotel President, is a historic hotel in Kansas City, Missouri. It is now operated as part of the Hilton Hotels Corporation. The Hotel President was constructed during the same construction boom that brought Kansas City many other great structures, including the nearby Mainstreet Theater, Midland Theatre, and Kansas City Power and Light Building. The hotel was completed in 1926.
The Hyatt Regency Dearborn is a major hotel and conference center located in the Metro Detroit suburb of Dearborn, Michigan at 600 Town Center Drive, near the intersection of Michigan State Highway 39 and U.S. Route 12. The building was constructed in 1976 and recently remodeled. It is fourteen stories and has 772 rooms. The high-rise is used mainly as a hotel, conference center, restaurant, retail area, and fitness center.