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311 South Wacker Drive in Chicago, USA, is a post-modern 65-story skyscraper completed in 1990. At 961 feet (293 m) tall, it is the sixth tallest building in Chicago and the 15th tallest in the United States. It was once the second tallest reinforced concrete building in the world (after Two Prudential Plaza, also in Chicago).The building is also the tallest building in the world known by its street address.
City Tech Tower was a supertall skyscraper designed by Renzo Piano, which was proposed to rise at Jay and Tillary Streets in Downtown Brooklyn, New York City, but has since then been cancelled. The building would have stood 1,000 feet (305 m) tall and contain 65 floors for the New York City College of Technology and 600 units of housing. The building, at a height of 1,000 feet (305 m), would have been the tallest out of a proposed complex of five towers.
Infinity II will be a skyscraper in the City of Miami, Florida, United States. It will be located in Downtown's southern Brickell Financial District, and will rank in the top ten tallest buildings in Miami. When completed, it will be 736 feet (224 m) tall, and will have 65 floors. The building will contain 21,450 square feet (1,993 m) of Class A office space, and will have 11,568 square feet (1,075 m²) of retail, which will occupy the lower floors of the building.
The Omni Development is a proposed residential complex that is planned for construction in the Downtown region of Miami, Florida. The complex will consist of 6 residential high-rises, each rising at least 500 feet (152 meters) tall. Each building is being designed by the Arquitectonica design firm, and the complex is being developed by Kimley-Horn and Associates. The project's groundbreaking is scheduled to take place in early 2008, and is slated to be completed by 2011.