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60 Wall Street is a 55-story skyscraper (745 feet, 227 meters) in Lower Manhattan, which currently serves as the American headquarters of Deutsche Bank. Built between 1987 and 1989 as the headquarters for J.P. Morgan & Co. (now absorbed into JPMorgan Chase), the tower has over 1.7 million square feet (160,000 m²) of office space. Completed in 1989, 60 Wall Street was the largest corporate building to be built in the Financial District.
One Astor Plaza is a 745 ft (227 m) high skyscraper in Times Square in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Completed in 1972, the building is 54 stories tall and was designed by Der Scutt of Ely J. Kahn & Jacobs. Originally known as the W.T. Grant Building, it is currently the headquarters for Viacom and houses the MTV Studios, Minskoff Theatre, the Nokia Theatre at Times Square, and some retail outlets. It is located at 1515 Broadway at West 45th Street.
CenterPoint Energy Plaza (formerly Houston Industries Plaza) is a 741 ft (226 m) building in downtown Houston. The original building, finished in 1974, stood at 651 ft (198.5 m), but a 90 ft (27.5 m) extension was added as part of a 1996 renovation. It has the headquarters of CenterPoint Energy. When Reliant Energy moved out of the building and moved into the new Reliant Energy Plaza in 2003, the company left over 400,000 square feet (37,000 m) of space vacant.
1490 Biscayne Boulevard is a proposed highrise skyscraper in the City of Miami, Florida, United States. It is planned to be built in Downtown's Media and Entertainment District. It will contain 73 floors with condominiums and also some for commercial use. The unit count is 997 units, and the skyscraper has a floor area of 121,463 m². It has not yet been approved.
7 World Trade Center is a building in New York City located across from the World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan. The name "7 World Trade Center" has referred to two buildings: the original structure, completed in 1987, and the current structure. The original building was destroyed on September 11, 2001, and replaced with the new 7 World Trade Center, which opened in 2006.
One Liberty Plaza, formerly the U.S. Steel Building, is a skyscraper in lower Manhattan, New York City, at the location of the former Singer Building (in 1968, the third tallest structure ever demolished). One Liberty Plaza is currently owned and operated by Brookfield Properties. The building is 743 feet (226 m) high and 54 floors. It was built in 1973.
20 Exchange Place is a 59 floor Art Deco building in New York City. Formerly known as the City Bank-Farmers Trust Building, it was built between 1930-1931, for the newly merged National City Bank of New York and the Farmers' Loan and Trust Company, predecessor firms of Citigroup. It remained the company's headquarters until 1956 and was ultimately sold in 1979. The building was designed by the architectural firm of Cross and Cross.
Union Square is a complex of two skyscrapers located in downtown Seattle, Washington at Sixth Avenue between Union and University Streets. The complex is adjacent to Freeway Park. One Union Square is an aluminum clad 456 feet (139 m) tall skyscraper consisting of 36 floors. Construction of the building was completed in 1981. Construction on Two Union Square began in 1987 and was complete by 1989.
200 West Street is a 740-foot (230 m) tall, 43-story building that opened in January 2010 in the Battery Park City neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City USA. It is the global headquarters of Goldman Sachs. It is located on West Street, between Vesey and Murray Streets. It is adjacent to the World Financial Center and the Embassy Suites hotel, across the street from the Verizon Building, and diagonally opposite the World Trade Center site and One World Trade Center.
The Bell Atlantic Tower is a 53 story high-rise located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Height to structural top is 739 ft (225 m) with construction being completed in 1991. The building encloses 1,300,000 square feet (121,000 m) of office space. The building was designed by the Philadelphia-based architecture firm Kling Lindquist. A city ordinance declared that no building within 250 feet (76 m) of the nearby Benjamin Franklin Parkway can rise higher than 250 feet (76 m).