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5900 Wilshire is a 443ft (135m) tall skyscraper in Los Angeles, California. It was completed in 1971 and has 32 floors. It is 30th tallest building in Los Angeles, and the tallest in the Miracle Mile district, and the 2nd tallest in the Wilshire Area. The International style building was designed by William Pereira. The building is across Wilshire Boulevard from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
The Ameritrust Tower (formerly known as the Cleveland Trust Tower) is a brutalist skyscraper located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. The building is 29 stories and rises to a height of 383 ft (117 m). It was designed by Marcel Breuer and Hamilton Smith and completed in 1971. The tower faces East 9th Street, and although plans called for a second mirror-image tower along Euclid Avenue, the second building was never constructed.
The Blue Cross/Blue Shield Service Center (600 E. Lafayette Blvd. Detroit, MI 48226) is a skyscraper near the Renaissance Center complex in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It was constructed in 1971, and stands at 22 floors. The building was constructed in a sunken plaza. It houses Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan.
The Sciences Library, nicknamed the "SciLi", at Brown University is a high-rise building in Providence, Rhode Island built in 1971. At 180 feet (55 m), it is tied with One Citizens Plaza as the 13th-tallest building in the city. The building houses Brown University's primary on-campus collections for the physical sciences. Completed in the Brutalist architectural style, the building is Brown University's primary science library.
Detroit Edison Plaza is a large skyscraper in Detroit, Michigan. It is often referred to as "DTE Energy Building", from a large neon sign on the building's top floor. That is incorrect, however, as there is a nearby building with that name. It was constructed in 1971, and contains 25 floors, reaching a height of 374 feet (114 m). It is built in the International style of architecture. It is composed of steel, with many glass windows.
DTE Energy Headquarters is located just west of downtown Detroit, Michigan. It composes of three buildings: Detroit Edison Plaza, DTE Energy Building, and the Detroit Edison Company Service Building. Detroit Edison Plaza (Walker Lee Cisler Building aka WCB) is a large skyscraper. It is often referred to as "DTE Energy Building", from a large neon sign on the building's top floor. That is incorrect, however, as a nearby building is the actual DTE Energy Building.
The Exxon Building, more widely known by its address, 1251 Avenue of the Americas, was part of the later Rockefeller Center expansion (1960s-1970s) dubbed the "XYZ Buildings" on Sixth Avenue, (also known as Avenue of the Americas). Their plans were first drawn in 1963 by The Rockefeller family's architect, Wallace Harrison of the architectural firm, Harrison and Abramovitz. Their letters correspond to their height.
The First National Bank Building is a modern skyscraper located in the Financial District of Boston, Massachusetts, property of the First National Bank. The skyscraper, rising 591 feet (180 m) and 37 floors, is Boston's sixth-tallest building. The building was completed in 1971, and formerly served as the world headquarters of FleetBoston Financial (and the Bank of Boston even earlier). The building now houses Bank of America offices.