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375 Pearl
New York City
3
feet
32
floors
1975
year built

375 Pearl (also known as the Verizon Building and One Brooklyn Bridge Plaza) is a 32-story telephone switching building at the Manhattan end of the Brooklyn Bridge. The building, which appears windowless but has several 3-foot-wide slits (0.91 m) (some with glass) running up the building, is the tallest building next to the Brooklyn Bridge and is featured in most photos of the bridge from the Brooklyn side.

331
feet
26
floors
1975
year built

The American Center is a high-rise tower in the Metro Detroit suburb of Southfield, Michigan. It was built in 1975 and stands at 26 stories, with one basement level, for a total of 27 floors. The building's main use is that of a typical office tower. It also includes a parking garage and retail spaces. As with many modern architecture-based towers, it exterior is laden with golden glass.

331
feet
26
floors
1975
year built

The American Center is a high-rise tower in the Metro Detroit suburb of Southfield, Michigan. It was built in 1975 and stands at 26 stories, with one basement level, for a total of 27 floors. The building's main use is that of a typical office tower. It also includes a parking garage and retail spaces. As with many modern architecture-based towers, it exterior is laden with golden glass.

ARCO Center
Los Angeles
24
feet
55
floors
1975
year built

Bank of America Plaza (formerly known as the Security Pacific Plaza) is a 55 story high-rise located in Los Angeles, California in the United States. It was completed in 1974 with the headquarters of Security Pacific National Bank, and Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton as its main tenants. The 55-story building has a structural height of 735 feet (224 m) and is the 5th tallest building in Los Angeles, and the 83rd-tallest building in the United States.

666
feet
52
floors
1975
year built

BOK Tower, formerly One Williams Center, is a skyscraper in downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma. At 203 m (667 ft) in height, the 52-story tower is the tallest building in any of the five "Plains States": Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota, as well as the surrounding states of Missouri, Arkansas and New Mexico. It was built in 1975 and designed by Minoru Yamasaki & Associates, the same architect who designed the World Trade Center in New York.

571
feet
44
floors
1975
year built

Century Plaza Towers I and II are two 44-story, 571 feet (174 m) tall twin towers located at 2029 and 2049 Century Park East in Century City in Los Angeles, California. Commissioned by Alcoa the towers were designed by Minoru Yamasaki and completed in 1975.. The towers resemble Yamasaki's World Trade Center in their vertical black and gray lines and the use of aluminum exteriors.

Chevron Tower
San Francisco
574
feet
40
floors
1975
year built

"555 Market Street" redirects here. This is not to be confused with "555 California Street" The 575 Market Street tower of Market Center, originally known as the Standard Oil Buildings and later The Chevron Towers, is a skyscraper located in downtown San Francisco's Financial District on Market Street. 575 Market Street is a 40 story, 574 foot (175 m) office skyscraper completed in 1975. As its previous names suggest, Chevron Corporation was once headquartered here.

270
feet
18
floors
1975
year built

The Edith Green – Wendell Wyatt Federal Building is a high rise structure in downtown Portland, Oregon, United States. Opened in 1975, the 18 story-tower is owned by the Federal Government. The international style office building has more than 370,000 square feet (34,000 m) of space. Designed by the Skidmore, Owings and Merrill architecture firm, the building is named after Wendell Wyatt and Edith Green who both served in the United States House of Representatives.

545
feet
45
floors
1975
year built

The Kluczynski Federal Building is a skyscraper in downtown Chicago located at 230 South Dearborn Street. Federal offices in the building include an Air Force recruitment office, the U.S. Department of State Passport office, an Internal Revenue Service office, and offices for both of Illinois' U.S. Senators, Durbin & Burris.

283
feet
20
floors
1975
year built

Market Square Center is a high rise in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was completed in 1975 and has 20 floors. It is primarily used for office space. It's best known for its unique gold reflective glass facade and is popularly nicknamed the Gold Building.

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