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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.
611 Place is a 620 ft(189 m) skyscraper in downtown Los Angeles, California, United States, located at 611 West 6th Street. 611 Place was designed by William L. Pereira & Associates and completed in 1967. The building was commissioned by the now-defunct Crocker Citizen's Bank, and served as its headquarters for many years before being bought by AT&T.
The Olympic Tower is a 620ft (189m) tall skyscraper in New York City, New York. It was constructed from 1972 to 1976 and has 51 floors. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill designed the building, which is tied with 10 East 40th Street for the 71st tallest building in New York. The tower has 225 units, 92,900 m² of floor area, and is the first building in the city to combine retail, offices, a museum, and apartments.
One Museum Park West is the companion structure to One Museum Park in the Near South Side community area (neighborhood) in Chicago, Illinois, USA. It is located at the north end of the Central Station development. Museum Park is a complex of multiple residential towers within the Central Station development at the southern edge of Grant Park, across Lake Shore Drive from Chicago's Museum Campus. Construction of One Museum Park West will follow the 62-story One Museum Park, directly to the east.