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435
feet
29
floors
1973
year built

2000 Market Street is a high-rise building located in the Market West region of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The building stands at 435 feet (133 meters) with 29 floors, and was completed in 1973. It is currently tied with Two Logan Square as the 17th-tallest building in Philadelphia. The architect of the building was Pitcairn Properties, Inc.

425 Market Street
San Francisco
525
feet
38
floors
1973
year built

425 Market Street is an office skyscraper located on the corner of Market- and Fremont Streets in the financial district of San Francisco, California. The 160 m (520 ft), 38 floor office tower was completed in 1973. Its largest tenant is law firm Morrison & Foerster LLP.

Aon Center
Los Angeles
860
feet
62
floors
1973
year built

Aon Center is a modernist office skyscraper located at 707 Wilshire Boulevard in downtown Los Angeles, California. Completed in 1973, it is the second-tallest building in Los Angeles at 858 feet (262 meters) high, and has 62 floors. Designed by Charles Luckman, it is a rectangular black building with a white border, and a remarkably slender form for a skyscraper in a seismically-active area. The logo of the Aon Corporation, its primary tenant, is displayed at the top in red.

Aon Center
Chicago
1135
feet
83
floors
1973
year built

The Aon Center (200 East Randolph Street, formerly Amoco Building) is a modern skyscraper in the Chicago Loop, Chicago, Illinois, United States, designed by architect firms Edward Durell Stone and The Perkins and Will partnership, and completed in 1973 as the Standard Oil Building. With 83 floors and a height of 1,136 feet (346 m), it is the third tallest building in Chicago, surpassed in height by the Willis Tower and the Trump International Hotel and Tower.

512
feet
40
floors
1973
year built

The Bryan Tower is a skyscraper in Dallas, Texas. The building rises 512 feet (156 meters). It contains 40 floors, and was completed in 1973. The Bryan Tower currently stands as the 19th-tallest building in the city. The architect who designed the building was Neuhaus & Taylor. The building is known for its distinctive gold-tinted windows and the steel beams that run up and down the building.

Centre Square
Philadelphia
417
feet
32
floors
1973
year built

Centre Square is an office complex located in Center City, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The complex consists of two high-rise towers: the 417 feet (127 m) Centre Square I and the 490 feet (150 m) Centre Square II. The concrete towers are the twenty-fourth and fifteenth tallest buildings in Philadelphia, respectively. Designed by Vincent Kling & Associates in the 1960s, Centre Square opened in 1973.

348
feet
26
floors
1973
year built

Continental Center is a 348ft (106m) tall skyscraper is Columbus, Ohio. The 14th tallest building in the city has 26 floors and was completed in 1973.

First Market Tower
San Francisco
528
feet
39
floors
1973
year built

First Market Tower is an office skyscraper at First- and Market Streets in the financial district of San Francisco, California.

IBM Plaza
Chicago
696
feet
47
floors
1973
year built

330 North Wabash (formerly IBM Plaza also known as IBM Building) is a skyscraper in downtown Chicago, Illinois, at 330 N. Wabash Avenue, designed by famed architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (who died in 1969 before construction began). A small bust of the architect by sculptor Marino Marini is displayed in the lobby. The 52-story building is situated on a plaza overlooking the Chicago River.

KBR Tower
Houston
19
feet
40
floors
1973
year built

KBR Tower (formerly the M. W. Kellogg Tower) is a 550 ft (167.6m) tall skyscraper in Downtown Houston, Texas, United States; it is a part of the Cullen Center complex. The KBR Tower has the headquarters of KBR. The 40 story building has about 1,047,748 square feet (97,339.0 m) of rentable office space. The design architect was Neuhaus & Taylor, the general contractor was Linbeck Construction Company, the mechanical engineer was Sam P.

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