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10 Lafayette Square, also known as the Tishman Building, is a high-rise office tower located in Lafayette Square Buffalo, NY. Completed in 1959, it is the thirteenth tallest building in Buffalo, standing 263 feet (80 m) and 20 stories tall. The building was home to the Fortune 500 company, National Fuel Gas until 2002 when the company relocated to the Buffalo suburb, Williamsville.
1717 East Ninth Building, also known as the East Ohio Building, is a skyscraper in Cleveland, Ohio. Completed in 1959, it was one of the first modernist high-rises in Cleveland, along with the Illuminating Building. It is currently the 22nd tallest building in Cleveland, at 275 feet (84 meters). It was designed by Emery Roth and Sons of New York City. Tishman Properties also of New York City was the developer. Ground was broken in March 1958 and in April 1959 it opened to the public.
The Sheraton Dallas Hotel, formerly known as the Adam's Mark Hotel and Southland Center, is a complex of international style skyscrapers located in the City Center District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). The hotel is the tallest and largest hotel in Dallas and Texas with 1,840 guest rooms and 260,000 square feet of meeting space. It has been host to pop culture conventions such as Project A-Kon and Twicon.
Chase Tower is a high-rise office building located at 611 Woodward Avenue, in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It was built in 1959 and stands at 14 floors in height. It was designed in the modern architectural style, and uses a great deal of marble to coordinate with the buildings in the nearby Civic Center. It was designed by Albert Kahn Associates. The Chase Tower stands on the site of Detroit's first skyscraper, the Hammond Building.
One Bush Plaza also known as the Crown-Zellerbach Building is an office building on from Bush Street and Battery Street at Market Street in the Financial District of San Francisco, California. The 20 storey 94 metres (310 ft) building was completed in 1959. The building was once the headquarters of the Crown-Zellerbach, a Fortune 500 forestry and paper products conglomerate acquired in 1986 by the James River Company, which in turn became a part of Georgia-Pacific in 2000.
The Time-Life Building, located at 1271 Avenue of the Americas (6th Avenue) in Rockefeller Center in New York opened in 1959 and designed by the Rockefeller family's architect Wallace Harrison, of Harrison, Abramovitz, and Harris. It was the first expansion of Rockefeller Center west of the Avenue of the Americas. Air rights for the building were purchased from the Roxy Theatre to the west. The Roxy would be torn down in 1960 and an office building that is connected to Time-Life was built.