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The Active Voice Building in Seattle, Washington is a reinforced concrete and steel-frame office building with solar bronze exterior window panels. It is located on the southwest corner of 6th Avenue and Lenora Street and abuts the Westin Building to the south, providing direct connections to the Westin's meet-me rooms and colocation facilities. Constructed in 1962, originally for the Internal Revenue Service, the building was named United Airlines Building until 2001.
The Blaustein Building is a highrise building located in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. The building stands at 360 feet/110 meters, containing 30 floors. The building was constructed in 1962, and was developed by Vincent Kling & Associates. The Hub Department Store was destroyed in order for this building to be built. .The Blaustein Building was constructed for the Blaustein, to move into a larger headquarters.
The Indianapolis City–County Building is a 28-story building at 200 E. Washington Street in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana that houses the offices of the consolidated city–county government of Indianapolis and Marion County, Indiana, known as Unigov. It also houses the Marion County Courts and the headquarters of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and the Indianapolis City–County Council.
One Woodward Avenue is a skyscraper and class-A office center in Detroit, Michigan. Located with the city's Financial District, it overlooks the International Riverfront. It contains 29 stories (28 floors with one basement level), and reaches a height of 430 feet (131 m). It is connected directly to the Guardian Building by an enclosed walkway over W. Larned Street. Architect Minoru Yamasaki designed One Woodward Avenue.