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Commerce Place is a high-rise in Baltimore, Maryland. The building rises 31 floors and 454 feet (138 m) in height, and stands as the fourth-tallest building in the city. The structure was completed in 1992. Commerce Place was designed by architect G.C. Pontius of RTKL Associates, a Baltimore-based architectural and engineering firm; the structure is an example of Postmodern architecture. 23 of the building's 31 floors are used for commercial offices, while six are used for parking.
The Equitable Life Building is a 454ft (138m) tall skyscraper in Los Angeles, California. It was completed in 1969 and has 34 floors. It is tied with the Los Angeles City Hall for the 26th tallest building in Los Angeles. Welton Becket & Associates designed the building. The facade is made of precast concrete that sandblasted to expose the beige Texas limestone aggregate.
The Rivergate Tower is a 454ft (138m) tall skyscraper in Tampa, Florida and is the sixth tallest building in Tampa, currently leased by Sykes Enterprises. Because of its cylindrical shape, it is often referred to as the Beer Can Building by local residents. It was constructed from 1986 to 1988 and has 32 floors. Designer Harry Wolf based its measurements on the Fibonacci series. The building was originally known as NCNB Plaza and was the state headquarters of NCNB Ba.
Announced in 2006, Trump SoHo New York or just Trump SoHo will be a $450 million, 46 story, 391 unit hotel condominium. The building is located at 246 Spring Street, between Varick Street and Sixth Avenue, a few blocks west of the SoHo neighborhood in New York City. This is a region zoned for manufacturing, which precludes permanent residences. The condo-hotel design was approved after negotiations with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
The Wachovia Tower is a 34 story, 454 foot (138 meter) tall office building located in Birmingham, Alabama. Built in 1986 as the corporate headquarters for SouthTrust Corporation, the building was originally known as the SouthTrust Tower until 2005 when SouthTrust completed its meger with Wachovia. The building was developed by Johnston-Rast & Hays and designed by architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and Giattina, Fisher & Aycock.