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MTA Building
Los Angeles
398
feet
25
floors
1995
year built

The MTA Building is a 398 ft (121 m) high rise office tower in Los Angeles, California. Completed in 1995, it serves as the main headquarters for the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The $300 million building is the main fixture of the Patsaouras Transit Plaza and features exquisite artwork throughout the exterior facades and the interior lobby. The building's design features a blend of contextual influences of 1930's Hispanic-Deco and post-modern architecture.

480
feet
46
floors
1995
year built

Tequesta Point is a complex of residential high-rises in downtown Miami, Florida. It consists of three skyscraper buildings located on Brickell Key, an urban island to the east of the Central Business District. Three Tequesta Point, the tallest of the three, was completed in 2001. It is 480 ft (146 m) tall, and has 46 floors. Two Tequesta Point, the central building of the complex, was completed in 1999. It is 410 ft (125 m) tall, and has 40 floors.

Wachovia Center
Winston-Salem
460
feet
34
floors
1995
year built

100 North Main Street is a postmodern, 460-foot (140 m), 34-floor office skyscraper in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA. Originally named Wachovia Center, the building served as the corporate headquarters of Wachovia bank from 1995, the year of the tower's construction, to 2001, the year the corporation merged with First Union and moved its headquarters to Charlotte, North Carolina.

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