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500
feet
36
floors
1972
year built

Chase Tower, also known as Cotter Ranch Tower, is a signature skyscraper in Oklahoma City's central business district. At 152.4 meters (500 feet), it is the tallest building in the city and the fifth tallest in the state of Oklahoma. Most residents know the tower as Chase Tower but the tower's real name is Cotter Tower, named after its owner, real estate holdings owner James F. Cotter of San Antonio, Texas. Former names of the skyscraper include Liberty Tower and Bank One Tower.

500
feet
34
floors
1986
year built

4 World Financial Center or (North Tower) is a part of the World Financial Center complex in Lower Manhattan, which houses the international headquarters and main US trading floors of Merrill Lynch. Rising 34 floors (500 ft), and situated between the Hudson River and the World Trade Center site, Four World Financial Center is located in the heart of the Financial District.

500
feet
40
floors
2000
year built

The Fourth and Madison Building (formerly the IDX Tower) is a 40-story skyscraper in downtown Seattle, Washington. The building is located at 925 Fourth Avenue, at the intersection with Madison Street. Upon its completion in 2002, the late-modernist style highrise was Seattle's first building to exceed 500 feet (152 m) in over a decade. In 2007, Fourth and Madison was awarded the B.O.M.A. International Office Building of the Year Award in the 500,000 to 1,000,000 square feet category.

500
feet
41
floors
1985
year built

The North Point Office Building and Tower (also known as North Point I and II) is a complex consisting of a skyscraper and an office building. It is located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio at the northeast corner of East 9th Street and Lakeside Avenue. North Point Tower was proposed by Cleveland Press owner Joseph Cole in 1979. In March 1980, The North Point Plan was revealed as a 500-foot (150 m), 41-story office tower with a glass enclosed atrium.

500
feet
65
floors
??
year built

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.

500
feet
34
floors
1991
year built

One America Plaza is the tallest building in San Diego, California and a prominent fixture in San Diego's skyline. Located in the waterfront district of Downtown San Diego, One America Plaza is a thirty-four story, obelisk-shaped tower standing 500 feet tall, designed by architects Helmut Jahn of Murphy/Jahn Architects and Krommenhoek/McKeown & Associates. The top of the building bears a striking resemblance to the end of a Phillips-head screwdriver.

Sky Las Vegas
Las Vegas
500
feet
45
floors
2006
year built

Sky Las Vegas is a 500ft (152m) skyscraper in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was built from 2005 to 2007 and has 45 floors. Klai Juba Architects designed the building, the civil engineer for the building was The Keith Companies, the structural engineer was Lochsa Engineering, and the owner and developer is Nevada Development Partners. It has 409 units that range in price from $656,000 to $3,699,000. It is the 16th tallest building in Las Vegas.

500
feet
34
floors
1989
year built

Symphony Towers is a high-rise building in San Diego, California, and is the city's second tallest skyscraper. The tallest in San Diego is One America Plaza of 500 feet while Symphony Towers is 499 feet. Designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, Symphony Towers is widely seen as one of Downtown's premier locations. The building is Located on B Street in the Financial District.

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