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The Connecticut Financial Center is the tallest building in New Haven, Connecticut, and the sixth tallest building in the state. The 383 foot postmodern skyscraper was completed in 1990 and lies adjacent to New Haven City Hall in Downtown New Haven. Among the current tenants of the building are United Illuminating, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, and the Social Security Administration’s Office of Hearings and Appeals.
Benson Tower (formerly Dominion Tower and the CNG Tower), located at 1450 Poydras Street in the Central Business District of New Orleans, Louisiana, is a 26-story, 406 feet (124 m)-tall skyscraper. The building was purchased by New Orleans Saints owner Tom Benson on September 15, 2009 and renamed the Benson Tower.
Dominion Tower is one of the major distinctive and recognizable features of Downtown Norfolk, Virginia, United States. Once the tallest building in the Hampton Roads metro area, it is now the tallest building in the City of Norfolk, having been surpassed by the 2007 construction of the Westin Virginia Beach Town Center tower in nearby Virginia Beach.
Main Place Tower is a skyscraper and is the fourth tallest building in Buffalo, New York. Main Place Tower is owned by the Main Liberty Group. Main Place is home to many technology and communication firms. Many of the fiberoptic lines in Buffalo lead to Main Place Tower. The tower is connected to the Main Place Mall, Downtown's only shopping mall. Today the mall is mostly empty. Most of the shopping in Buffalo takes place on Elmwood and Hertel Avenues.
The Montgomery Washington Tower is an A Class mixed-use high-rise building in San Francisco's Financial District, directly across from the Transamerica Pyramid. The north side of the building has views of Coit Tower, while the east side faces the San Francisco Bay. It has a structural height of 91 meters (299 ft) and contains 26 floors of residential and office space. The uppermost six floors are luxury residences.
One Columbus Center is a 366ft (112m) tall skyscraper in Columbus, Ohio. The cornerstone for the 26 floor building was laid on October 21, 1986, and it was completed the next year. NBBJ designed the building, which is the 11th tallest in Columbus. The staggered facade allows for 15 corner offices on every floor. It has 37,855 m² of floor space, and sits on the former site of the Deshler Hotel.
The PacBell Building or 140 New Montgomery Street in San Francisco's South of Market district is a Neo-Gothic, 435 feet (133 m) office tower located close to the St. Regis Museum Tower and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The 26-floor building was completed in 1925 and was San Francisco's first significant skyscraper development when construction began in 1924. The building was the tallest in San Francisco until the Russ Building tied its 435 foot (133 m) height two years later in 1927.
Rand Tower is a 26-story skyscraper in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA that was one of the city's tallest structures when it was completed in 1929. It was designed by Holabird & Root for Rufus R. Rand, Jr., a World War I aviator who was part of the family that owned the Minneapolis Gas Company (Minnegasco), now part of CenterPoint Energy. Rand had flown in the Lafayette Flying Corps during the war.
Riverfront Condominiums Detroit is a complex of three luxury high rise residential skyscrapers in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Each Riverfront Tower creates an ascending tier of three. The three buildings are examples of modern architecture. Riverfront Tower 100 is a 275 unit high rise at 100 Riverfront Drive built in 1991 and finished in 1992. Riverfront Tower 200 is a 280 unit skyscraper at 200 Riverfront Drive built in 1982 and finished in 1983.