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10 East 40th Street or the Mercantile Building is a skyscraper located in the Murray Hill section of New York City, between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue, taking the width of the block between 40th and 39th Streets. Designed by Ludlow & Peabody and built by Jesse H. Jones, it was finished in 1929 and is considered part of the art deco school of architecture. When it was built, it was the fourth-tallest tower in the world.
101 California Street is a 48-storey office building completed in 1982 in the Financial District of San Francisco, California. The 183 m (600 ft) tower providing 1,200,000 sq ft (111,000 m) of office space is bounded by California-, Davis-, Front-, and Pine Streets near Market Street. The faceted cylindrical tower features a seven story, glass enclosed lobby and a granite plaza with flower beds and a fountain.
245 Park Avenue (formerly American Tobacco Company Building, American Brands Building and Bear Stearns Building) is a 648ft (198m) tall skyscraper in New York City, New York. It was completed in 1967 and has 48 floors. Shreve, Lamb and Harmon designed the building, which is the 57th tallest building in New York City. The Building Owners and Managers Association awarded the 2000/2001 Pinnacle Award to 245 Park Avenue.
345 California Center is a 48 story office tower located in the heart of the San Francisco financial district. Completed in 1986, the 211.8 m (695 ft) tower is the third-tallest in the city after the Transamerica Pyramid and 555 California Street, and was originally proposed at 30 m (98 ft) taller. 345 California is located in the middle of a block with four historic buildings on each of the four corners.
Citigroup Center (formerly 444 Flower Building) is a 625 ft (191 m) 48 storey skyscraper at 444 S. Flower Street in the Bunker Hill area of downtown Los Angeles, California. When completed in 1979, the tower was the fifth-tallest in the city—as of 2009, it is the eleventh. The building was previously owned by Beacon Capital Partners which purchased the property in 2003 for US$170 million, and later to Broadway Partners Fund Manager, LLC from December 2006 to September 2009.
The Condé Nast Building, officially 4 Times Square, is a modern skyscraper in Times Square in Midtown Manhattan. Located on Broadway between 42nd Street and 43rd, the structure was finished in January 2000 as part of a larger project to redevelop 42nd Street. The building stretches 48 stories to 809 ft (247 m) making it the 12th tallest building in New York City and the 41st tallest in the United States.
The Duke Energy Center is a 786 feet (240 m) tall, 48-floor (54 floors including mechanical floors) skyscraper in Charlotte, North Carolina. When completed in 2010, it was the second tallest building in Charlotte, and the tallest in the world to use precast double tees built by Prestress of the Carolinas. The building and adjacent cultural arts campus are owned by Wells Fargo.
Hyatt Center is an office tower in Chicago completed in 2005. The 48 story skyscraper stands at 679 feet (207 m) on 71 South Wacker Drive. Pei Cobb Freed & Partners' striking elliptical steel and glass design is reminiscent of Tour EDF, a skyscraper in Paris, France designed by the same firm. The 1,765,000 square foot (164,000 m²) building contains 65,000 cubic yards (50,000 m³) of concrete and 12,000 tons of structural steel.