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Lefcourt Colonial Building, is an office building located in midtown Manhattan, in New York City, built by Abraham E. Lefcourt. The 538-foot-tall (164 m) Art Deco building, located at 295 Madison Avenue at 41st street, was completed in 1930. It was designed by the Charles F. Moyer Company and Bark & Djorup.
Madison Plaza is a skyscraper in Chicago, Illinois. The building rises 599 feet (182 m) in the Chicago Loop. It contains 45 floors, and was completed in 1982. Madison Plaza currently stands as the 36th-tallest building in the city. The architectural firm who designed the building was Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the same firm who designed Chicago's Willis Tower and John Hancock Center and the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
For the Embarcadero Center complex, see Embarcadero Center One Embarcadero Center is an office skyscraper located in San Francisco's Financial District. The building is part of the Embarcadero Center, which is a complex of six interconnected buildings and one off-site extension. The skyscraper, completed in 1971, stands 569 ft (173 m) tall with 45 stories without its flagpole.
The Penobscot Block is a complex of office towers centered around the 45-story Penobscot Building at the corner of Griswold Street and West Fort Street in Downtown Detroit, Michigan. The other two buildings in the complex are the Penobscot Building (youngest of the three), Penobscot Annex, and The Penobscot Building (oldest of the three).
Sky Las Vegas is a 500ft (152m) skyscraper in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was built from 2005 to 2007 and has 45 floors. Klai Juba Architects designed the building, the civil engineer for the building was The Keith Companies, the structural engineer was Lochsa Engineering, and the owner and developer is Nevada Development Partners. It has 409 units that range in price from $656,000 to $3,699,000. It is the 16th tallest building in Las Vegas.
The St. James is a luxury residential skyscraper in Washington Square West, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The 498 feet (152 m), 45-story high-rise stands along Walnut Street and Washington Square and is the 12th tallest building in Philadelphia. The Chicago-style, glass-and-concrete skyscraper incorporated into its design several historic 19th-century buildings that lined Walnut Street.
Tower 49 is an office skyscraper in the Midtown Manhattan district of New York City. While nowhere near as illustrious as its neighbours at Rockefeller Center it is of principal architectural note because it provides an elegant solution to the problem of an irregular building lot. In this case the lot is fronted on both 48th Street and 49th Street between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue. The street frontages were offset by about the width of an NYC brownstone lot on both sides.