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Olive 8
Seattle
455
feet
39
floors
2006
year built

The Olive 8 is a 455 ft (139 m) 39 floor skyscraper in Seattle, Washington. It has 229 residential condominium homes above a Hyatt Hotel. It is located at 8th Avenue and Olive Street in Downtown Seattle and is Seattle's largest residential building. The hotel opened January 5, 2009 and the first homeowners were scheduled to close on their homes late February 2009. The building has one of the largest green roofs in downtown Seattle, 8,355 square feet (776.2 m).

184
feet
10
floors
2006
year built

One Kennedy Square is a 10 story building at 777 Woodward Avenue, near Campus Martius Park in downtown Detroit, Michigan. The building stands on the site of the old Detroit City Hall. It is occupied by the Ernst & Young accounting firm. Construction on Detroit's newest mid-rise started in 2005 and was completed in 2006. The building has 13 total floors, with 10 above-ground floors, and 3 basement floors.

540
feet
40
floors
2006
year built

1450 Brickell, is an all-office skyscraper in the City of Miami, Florida, United States. It is 540 feet (165 m) tall with 40 floors. It is adjacent to One Broadway in Downtown Miami's southern Brickell Financial District. The building is located on the corner of Brickell Avenue and Broadway. The architect is Nichols, Brosch, Wurst, Wolfe & Associates, Inc. The building contains more than 580,000 square feet of office space.

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feet
12
floors
2006
year built

RiverFront Place Condos is a new condo development located along the riverfront in Downtown Omaha, NE. It consists of two condo towers anchored by two rows of town homes. Tower one, completed in 2006, is 12 stories tall and holds 36 units. Tower two began construction in 2009 and will be 15 stories tall. There are 18 contemporary town homes that were completed in 2006. The development features a large green space and is adjacent to the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge and Gallup University Campus.

380
feet
32
floors
2006
year built

Sapphire Tower is the 17th tallest building in San Diego, California and is a prominent fixture in San Diego's skyline. It has a height of 380 ft (116 m) and contains 97 units. Located at the southwest corner of Kettner Boulevard and A Street in the Core district of Downtown San Diego, Sapphire Tower is a 32-story building that utilizes the late-modernist architectural style and was designed by the architect firm Austin Veum Robbins Parshalle.

259
feet
14
floors
2006
year built

Simon Property Group Headquarters is a high rise in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was completed in 2006 and has 14 floors. It is the corporate headquarters of retail real estate giant Simon Property Group.

Sky Las Vegas
Las Vegas
500
feet
45
floors
2006
year built

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.

657
feet
41
floors
2006
year built

1180 Peachtree, commonly known as the Symphony Tower, is a 41-story skyscraper located at 1180 Peachtree Street in the Midtown district of Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Rising to a height of approximately 657 feet (200 m), the building includes office and retail space in its 351,616 square meter of floor area as well as a 1,200 space parking deck. Construction was completed in 2006.

267
feet
20
floors
2006
year built

The Condominiums at North Bank Park is a 267ft (81m) tall high rise in Columbus, Ohio. It was constructed from 2006 to 2007 and has 20 floors. The 20th tallest building in Columbus was designed by 360 Architecture and developed by Nationwide Realty Investors.

The Orion
New York City
604
feet
58
floors
2006
year built

The Orion is a skyscraper located in New York City's Midtown Manhattan area. The building rises 604 feet (184 m) above street level, containing 58 floors of residential units. Despite being only slightly more than 600 feet (183 m) tall, the residential building has dominated the 42nd Street landscape west of Times Square since its topout in September 2005. This means that the tower has views of New York City in every direction. The building was designed by the architectural firm CetraRuddy.

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