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Palmer Plaza is a 269 foot 18 story skyscraper in Nashville, Tennessee and is named after the company who built it and is headquartered there, Alex S. Palmer & Company. The building features a rooftop fitness center. The ninth floor of the building is home to the Consulate-General of Japan in Nashville.
The Park Apartments are located at 114 West Adams Avenue in downtown Detroit, Michigan. The building sits at the corner of West Adams Avenue and Park Street with the Charlevoix Building, across from Grand Circus Park, and across Park St. from the Kales Building in the Foxtown neighbourhood. It was built in 1926 and stands at 18 storeys in height, with 163 units/rooms. The residential high-rise was designed in the Beaux Arts architectural style, and uses mainly brick and stone.
The Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building complex is a federal building complex in Oakland, California, constructed as part of the Oakland City Center redevelopment project. In 1998, the United States Congress passed a bill naming the building for mayor and former Congressman Ronald V. Dellums. It consists of two identical towers topped with pyramid-shaped roofs, echoing similar landmarks such as the Alameda County Courthouse.
The San Francisco Federal Building is a building designed by the architectural firm Morphosis. It is located at 90 7th Street on the corner of Mission and 7th Streets in South of Market, San Francisco. Thom Mayne of Morphosis designed the building using a concept of "resistance," juxtaposing gray concrete walls with custom, zig-zagged 9Wood wood ceilings. The building was expected to be completed in 2005, but construction issues and delays pushed the project completion to 2007.
The Times Square Building (formerly known as The New York Times Building) is an 18-story ( 81 m 267 ft ) building at 229 West 43rd Street in Times Square that was headquarters the New York Times from 1913 through 2007. The building was built in three stages between 1912 and 1937. The building, originally designed by Mortimer J.
The United Artists Theatre Building is a vacant high-rise tower in downtown Detroit, Michigan, standing at 150 Bagley Street. It was constructed in 1928 and stands 18 stories tall. The building was designed by architect C. Howard Crane in the renaissance revival architectural style, and is made mainly of brick. Until 1973, it was a first-run movie house and office space.