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Buffalo City Tower was an approved 40-story, mixed-use, tower aiming to be the tallest in downtown Buffalo. It was to be developed by British property development company BSC Group, headed up by entrepreneur Bashar Issa. Details included: retail focused on the corner of S. Elmwood and Mohawk Street, 20 floors of office space at 24,400 GSF/floor, 10 floors of hotel totaling 300 rooms each at 380 – 500 sq ft., and 10 floors of 80 condos each at 965 – 1,500 sq ft (140 m).
Cadillac Tower is a Beaux Arts skyscraper designed by the architectural firm of Bonnah & Chaffee located at 65 Cadillac Square in downtown Detroit, Michigan, not far from the Renaissance Center. The building's materials include terra cotta and brick. It was built in 1927 as the Barlum Tower and has 40 floors, including two below ground. At the top of the tower is a tall guyed mast for local radio station WJLB. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
Carbonell Condominium is a residential high-rise building located in the Brickell neighborhood of Miami, Florida. The tower is one of the tallest buildings located on Brickell Key, a small island located due east of Brickell in Biscayne Bay. Standing at 410 feet (125 meters), the building is currently tied with Two Tequesta Point as the 88th-tallest building in the city. The building's address is 901 Brickell Key Boulevard. Carbonell Condominium houses 40 floors, and was completed in 2005.
"555 Market Street" redirects here. This is not to be confused with "555 California Street" The 575 Market Street tower of Market Center, originally known as the Standard Oil Buildings and later The Chevron Towers, is a skyscraper located in downtown San Francisco's Financial District on Market Street. 575 Market Street is a 40 story, 574 foot (175 m) office skyscraper completed in 1975. As its previous names suggest, Chevron Corporation was once headquartered here.
The Erieview Tower (also known as the Tower at Erieview, 100 Erieview, or the Erieview Plaza Tower) is a skyscraper located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. The building has 40 stories, rises to a height of 529 ft (161 m), and has 703,000 square feet (65,300 m) of office space. It was built at a cost of $24,100,000. The tower was the first and most significant structure of the Erieview urban renewal plan initiated by Mayor Anthony J. Celebrezze in late 1960.
Exchange Place is a modern skyscraper in the Financial District of Boston, Massachusetts. Built in 1985, it is tied with the neighboring 60 State Street as Boston's 12th tallest building, standing 510 feet (155 m) tall, and housing 40 floors. The modern glass skyscraper rises out of a previous building, the 12-story Boston Stock Exchange, built in 1896. Exchange Place is home to the Boston Consulting Group, law firm Goodwin Procter, and The Blackstone Group.
The Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco, California, near the Moscone Center, is a hotel tower located on Market Street. The hotel houses a 277 guest room four-star hotel (Four Seasons Hotel), 142 condos, and retail stores. Non-linear viscous dampers located at the top of the hotel tower help dampen some of the wind sway due to powerful winds off the Pacific Ocean since the hotel stands 398 feet (121 m) tall.
The Fourth and Madison Building (formerly the IDX Tower) is a 40-story skyscraper in downtown Seattle, Washington. The building is located at 925 Fourth Avenue, at the intersection with Madison Street. Upon its completion in 2002, the late-modernist style highrise was Seattle's first building to exceed 500 feet (152 m) in over a decade. In 2007, Fourth and Madison was awarded the B.O.M.A. International Office Building of the Year Award in the 500,000 to 1,000,000 square feet category.