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100 North Main currently stands as the tallest building in Memphis, Tennessee. At 430 feet, (131m) it serves as 37 floors of office space. The building currently stands bordering Adams Street, North Second Street, and North Main. Finished in 1965, 100 North Main has remained a focal point of the Memphis riverfront skyline.
1001 Woodward, also known as the First Federal Building (for its original lead tenant, First Federal Savings and Loan of Detroit), is a mixed-use skyscraper in downtown Detroit, Michigan. The building is located just south of the neighboring David Stott Building, and can be found at the corner of Woodward Avenue and Michigan Avenue overlooking Campus Martius Park. Constructed from 1963 to 1965, the 25 story building employs the International style of architecture.
The AT&T Center, formerly called the SBC Tower, Transamerica Building, and Occidental Life Building, is a 452ft (138m) tall skyscraper in South Park, Los Angeles, California. Built to house the offices and computer center of the Occidental Life Insurance Company, it was completed in 1965 and has 32 floors. It is 32nd tallest building in Los Angeles, and was the 2nd tallest (after the Los Angeles City Hall) when it was completed.
Elm Place, formerly First National Bank Tower, is a skyscraper located in the Main Street District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA) and adjacent to DART's Akard Station. The high-rise is 625 feet (191 m) and 52 stories tall, making it the tenth tallest building in Dallas. In January 2010 the building was closed due to low occupancy rates. The $35 million skyscraper was designed for the First National Bank of Dallas by architects George Dahl and Thomas E.
The Jeffersonian Apartments is a large apartment building on Detroit, Michigan's near-east side, at 9000 East Jefferson Avenue. Built in 1965, primarily of glass and steel in the international architecture style, it stands 30 stories and contains 412 residential units. The site is close to the MacArthur Bridge and Belle Isle. As the building is situated on a steep slope, the Jefferson Avenue entrance is 17 feet higher than the back entrance along the Detroit River.
The Richard J. Daley Center, also known by its courtyard Daley Plaza and named after longtime mayor Richard J. Daley, is the premier civic center of the City of Chicago in Illinois. Situated on Randolph and Washington Streets between Dearborn and Clark Streets, the Richard J. Daley Center is considered one of Chicago's architectural highlights. The main building was designed in the international architectural style by Jacques Brownson of the firm C. F. Murphy Associates and completed in 1965.
The Detroit Riverside Hotel, is an upscale high-rise hotel in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It is located across the street from Cobo Center and from 150 West Jefferson, as well as neighbouring Hotel Fort Shelby to the south. The building was constructed in 1965 to a height of 25 floors (75 metres, or 245 feet). It contains 367 rooms, and is used as a hotel, restaurant, and fitness center.
The Summit is a highrise condo tower designed by Joseph Eichler, located at the top of the upscale Russian Hill in San Francisco, California, at 999 Green Street. The tower is 315 feet (96 m) tall and has 32 floors of residential condominiums. The tower, completed in 1965, has some of San Francisco's most expensive and scenic condos. This residential tower is featured in Sean Wilsey's book Oh the Glory of It All.
The Windsor Tower is a residential high-rise apartment building in the Lafayette Park neighbourhood in Detroit, Michigan, United States. It stands at 1600 Antietam Avenue. It was originally built as the Four Freedoms House in 1965 by Architectural firm John Hans Graham and Associates. The tower was built in 1965, and stands at 21 storeys. It has 320 units/rooms. It was designed in the modern architectural style, and was built with concrete as its main material.