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276
feet
22
floors
1964
year built

John Quincy Adams Hall, also known as John Quincy Adams Tower, is a skyscraper in Amherst, Massachusetts that is built in the modernist style. It is named after former President of the United States John Adams. It is part of the Southwest Residential Area at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. When was built, it was known as the Southwest (South) Dormitory III. The building is also among the five top tallest dorms at the university and the Umass system.

276
feet
22
floors
1964
year built

Kennedy Hall, also known as Kennedy Tower, is a skyscraper in Amherst, Massachusetts that is built in the modernist style. It is named after former senator and President of the United States John F. Kennedy. It is part of the Southwest Residential Area at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. When was built, it was known as the Southwest (North) Dormitory II. The building is also among the five top tallest dorms at the university and the Umass system.

Kips Bay Towers
New York City
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feet
20
floors
1964
year built

Kips Bay Towers is a large two-building condominium complex in the Kips Bay neighborhood of Manhattan with a total of 1,118 units. The complex was designed by architect I.M. Pei in the contemporary brutalist style and completed in 1963. James Ingo Freed was also involved in the design. The complex occupies an area of three city blocks, or approximately 7.5 acres, bounded by First and Second Avenues and 30th and 33d Streets.

One Maritime Plaza
San Francisco
398
feet
25
floors
1964
year built

One Maritime Plaza is an office tower located in San Francisco's Financial District near the Embarcadero Center towers on Clay and Front Streets. The building, completed in 1964, stands 121 m (398 feet) and has 25 floors of office space. This is one of the earliest buildings to use seismic bracing in the form of external trusses and X-braces.

751
feet
52
floors
1964
year built

The Prudential Tower, also known as the Prudential Building or, colloquially, The Pru, is a skyscraper in Boston, Massachusetts. The building, a part of the Prudential Center complex, currently stands as the 2nd-tallest building in Boston, behind the John Hancock Tower. The Prudential Tower was designed by Charles Luckman and Associates for Prudential Insurance. Completed in 1964, the building is 749 feet (228 m) tall, with 52 floors.

550
feet
53
floors
1964
year built

Republic Center Tower II is a 53-story skyscraper located at 325 North St. Paul Street in the City Center District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA), adjacent to Gables Republic Tower as part of Republic Center. The building stands at a height of 598 feet (182 m), making it the 11th-tallest building in Dallas by roof-height (the building is 12th-tallest with regards to adjacent Gables Republic Tower's spire). The structure is located diagonally across the street from DART's St.

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feet
28
floors
1964
year built

Built in 1964 by Alcoa, William Zeckendorf and Welton Becket Associates, the guard gated and exclusive Century Towers was originally designed as apartments by world renowned architect I.M. Pei. Perhaps best known for the “Pyramide du Louvre,” his landmark glass pyramid addition to the Louvre Museum (Paris, France,) Pei brought his signature styling to the creation of the mid-Century towers.

276
feet
22
floors
1964
year built

Washington Hall, also known as Washington Tower, is a skyscraper in Amherst, Massachusetts that is built in the modernist style. It is named after former military commander and President of the United States George Washington. It is part of the Southwest Residential Area at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. When was built, it was known as the Southwest (South) Dormitory II. The building is also among the five top tallest dorms at the university and the Umass system.

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