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535
feet
42
floors
1926
year built

The Cathedral of Learning, a Pittsburgh landmark listed in the National Register of Historic Places, is the centerpiece of the University of Pittsburgh's main campus in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Standing at 535 feet (>163 m), the 42-story Late Gothic Revival Cathedral is the tallest educational building in the Western hemisphere and the second tallest university building (fourth tallest educationally-purposed building) in the world.

246
feet
20
floors
1926
year built

Hilton New Orleans , located at 333 St. Charles Avenue in the Central Business District of New Orleans, Louisiana, is a 20-story, 246 feet (75 m)-tall skyscraper. The hotel is part of the Hilton Hotels chain. The building was originally the Masonic Temple, but was sold in 1992 and redeveloped as Hotel Monaco until Hurricane Katrina. Hotel Monaco did not reopen after Katrina in the hotel reopened in 2007 as a Hilton.

Hotel President
Kansas City
143
feet
14
floors
1926
year built

The Hotel President, is a historic hotel in Kansas City, Missouri. It is now operated as part of the Hilton Hotels Corporation. The Hotel President was constructed during the same construction boom that brought Kansas City many other great structures, including the nearby Mainstreet Theater, Midland Theatre, and Kansas City Power and Light Building. The hotel was completed in 1926.

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feet
18
floors
1926
year built

The Park Apartments are located at 114 West Adams Avenue in downtown Detroit, Michigan. The building sits at the corner of West Adams Avenue and Park Street with the Charlevoix Building, across from Grand Circus Park, and across Park St. from the Kales Building in the Foxtown neighbourhood. It was built in 1926 and stands at 18 storeys in height, with 163 units/rooms. The residential high-rise was designed in the Beaux Arts architectural style, and uses mainly brick and stone.

216
feet
7
floors
1926
year built

The Providence County Courthouse is a Georgian-styled building in the College Hill neighborhood of Providence, Rhode Island. At a height of 66 meters (216 ft), it is the 10th-tallest building in the city. Architectural historian McKenzie Woodward lauds the building for its contextualism, which defers in its design to the buildings surrounding. Woodward also commends the fragmentation of the building's large mass into "visually digestible units".

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1926
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The Roosevelt Building is a highrise building in Downtown Los Angeles built in 1926. It was designed by Claude Beelman and Alexander Curlett in a Renaissance Revival style. It was later converted to lofts. In 2007, the building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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feet
20
floors
1926
year built

The Santa Fe Terminal Complex is an 18-acre complex of historic buildings in the Government District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). Constructed in 1924 as the headquarters for the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway and the Southwest’s largest merchandising center, three of the original four buildings remain today and have been renovated into various uses.

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feet
12
floors
1926
year built

Textile Center Building is a 12-story brick building located in the Los Angeles Fashion District. Designed by William Douglas Lee in the Gothic Revival style, the building opened in 1926 as a center for garment manufacturing. It has since been converted to condominiums. The Textile Center Building was developed by Florence C. Casler, a pioneering woman real estate developer and contractor. When the building was completed, Casler maintained her office there during the height of her career.

Wachovia Building
Winston-Salem
405
feet
29
floors
1926
year built

The Wachovia Building, originally the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company Building is a skyscraper located in Center City, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The Beaux-Arts skyscraper was built for the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Co. in 1928. Designed by architectural firm Simon and Simon, the 29-story high-rise is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Wachovia Building
Philadelphia
405
feet
29
floors
1926
year built

The Wachovia Building, originally the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company Building is a skyscraper located in Center City, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The Beaux-Arts skyscraper was built for the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Co. in 1928. Designed by architectural firm Simon and Simon, the 29-story high-rise is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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