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101 Montgomery is a skyscraper in San Francisco, California. The building rises 404 feet (123 meters) in the northern region of San Francisco’s Financial District. It contains 28 floors, and was completed in 1984. 101 Montgomery is currently tied with Embarcadero West as the 39th-tallest building in the city. The building's developer was Cahill Contractors. The building has earlier served as the headquarters of Charles Schwab & Company.
1555 Poydras (formerly the Exxon Building), located at 1555 Poydras Street in the Central Business District of New Orleans, Louisiana, is a 22-story, 262 feet (80 m)-tall skyscraper. The main occupant of the property is the Tulane University School of Medicine. The school has secured the leases to several of the upper floors, and is expected to occupy the majority of these in the coming years.
Aramark Tower, formerly known as One Reading Center, is a high-rise building located in the Center City region of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The building stands at 412 feet (126 meters) with 32 floors, and is currently the 23rd-tallest building in Philadelphia. The building was originally conceived by the Reading Company while in a state of bankruptcy as a way to capitalize on its real estate holdings in center city.
The Sony Tower, formerly the AT&T Building, is a 647 feet (197 m) tall, 37-story highrise skyscraper located at 550 Madison Avenue between 55th Street and 56th Street in the New York City borough of Manhattan. It was designed by architect Philip Johnson and partner John Burgee, and was constructed in 1984.
The Bank of America Center is a highrise representing one of the first significant examples of postmodern architecture construction in downtown Houston, Texas. Formerly the RepublicBank Center, NCNB Center, and NationsBank Center the building was completed in October 1983, and designed by award winning architect Phillip Johnson and partner John Burgee and is reminiscent of the Dutch Gothic architecture of canal houses in The Netherlands. .
Capitol Square is a 350ft (107m) tall skyscraper in Columbus, Ohio. It was completed in 1984, has 26 floors, and 45,939 m² of floor space. Abramovitz, Harris & Kingsland designed the building, which is the 13th tallest building in Columbus. The 20 floor Hyatt on Capitol Square is part of the same complex, and is constructed on the former site of the Hartman Building.
One Sansome Street, also known as Citigroup Center, is an office skyscraper located at the intersection of Sutter and Sansome Streets in the Financial District of San Francisco, Californianear Market Street. The 168 m (551 ft), 39 floor, 545,000 sq ft (50,600 m) office tower was completed in 1984. One Sansome Street was acquired by Beacon Capital Partners LLC from BayernLB in 2005 for $217 million or $394.55 per ft² ($4,247.32 per m²).
Continental Center I (originally named 1600 Smith Street, also known as Cullen Center Plaza) is a 51-story, 732 feet (223 m) office tower in Downtown Houston, Texas, United States. The building is the headquarters of Continental Airlines. At one point it also served as the headquarters of ExpressJet Airlines. It is a part of the Cullen Center complex. The 51 story building has about 1,098,399 square feet (102,044.6 m) of rentable Class "A" office space.
The Courtyard by Marriott is a mid-upscale high-rise Hotel in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It stands next to the similarly-appearing Millender Center Apartments, and is connected to the apartments, the Renaissance Center, Millender Center Detroit People Mover station and the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center via an enclosed Skyway. The building stands at 333 East Jefferson Avenue. It was built in 1984 and opened in 1985 as the Omni International Hotel.