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Las Vegas City Hall is the center of municipal government for the City of Las Vegas, Nevada. It is located downtown, with its main entrance on Stewart Avenue. It is cited as an example of 1960s modernist architecture. The original eleven-story central tower was completed in 1973. An addition was completed in 2003 which included a three story surround to the central tower.
What is still colloquially called Legg Mason Building (formerly known as the USF&G building and now the former home of Legg Mason) is a 40-story skyscraper in downtown Baltimore completed in 1973. At 161m (529 ft), it stands as the tallest building in Baltimore, and it is also the tallest building in Maryland, and the tallest building between Philadelphia and Raleigh (after the RBC Plaza was built there in 2008) .
The MCI Center is a 414 ft (126m) tall skyscraper in Downtown Los Angeles, California. It was completed in 1973 and has 33 floors. It is 32nd tallest building in Los Angeles. The Class A building has 63,032 m² of office space with a glass atrium and courtyard. On March 21, 2005 Jamison Properties bought the building for $150 a square foot. This purchase included 925 West Eighth Street (originally known as the "Broadway Plaza," now known as Macy's Plaza) and the 3,000 space parking garage.
One Liberty Plaza, formerly the U.S. Steel Building, is a skyscraper in lower Manhattan, New York City, at the location of the former Singer Building (in 1968, the third tallest structure ever demolished). One Liberty Plaza is currently owned and operated by Brookfield Properties. The building is 743 feet (226 m) high and 54 floors. It was built in 1973.
The AT&T Building Addition stands at 444 Michigan Avenue in downtown Detroit, Michigan, and occupies the building block bordered by 1st Street, Cass Avenue, State Street, and Michigan Avenue. it was constructed in 1973 and finished the following year. The high-rise office building stands at 17 stories, and is used primarily as office space, telecommunications, as a hotel, and is owned by communications giant AT&T.
Tower at 1301 Gervais is a high-rise building in Columbia, South Carolina, and the tallest building in the city not located along the Main Street corridor. Built in 1973, the tower has dark glazing with anodized aluminum columns to give it a dark, uniform-colored appearance. The top floor of the tower holds a private club with views of the city. It was originally constructed for Bankers Trust as their headquarters.
For the sports and concert facility formerly called Firstar Center, see U.S. Bank Arena. U.S. Bank Center is a skyscraper located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, noted for being the tallest building in the state. It stands 601 feet (183 meters) and 42 stories tall. Topped off August 29, 1972 and completed in 1973, the building was originally named the First Wisconsin Center, as it was constructed for First Wisconsin National Bank.
901 Fifth Avenue (formally known as Union Bank of California Center) is a 536ft (163m) tall skyscraper in Seattle, Washington. It was completed in 1973 and has 42 floors. It is the 11th tallest building in Seattle, and was designed by John Graham and Associates. The building was opened as the Bank of California Building. Flood lights illuminate all sides of the tower at night. It was renovated in 2007 and achieved LEED Certified Silver status, which is rare for pre existing buildings.
The World Trade Center (WTC) was a complex of seven buildings in Lower Manhattan in New York City that were destroyed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The site is currently being rebuilt with six new skyscrapers and a memorial to the casualties of the attacks. The original World Trade Center was designed by Minoru Yamasaki in the early 1960s using a tube-frame structural design for the twin 110-story towers.