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Lighthouse Landing was a building complex proposed for construction in Cleveland, Ohio. The complex consists of two all-residential towers, Lighthouse Landing I and Lighthouse Landing II, and would have been built on a parking lot in the Flats of Downtown Cleveland. The two proposed structures would contain 22 and 18 floors, respectively, and stand among the tallest all-residential buildings in Cleveland upon completion.
Main and Gervais is a high-rise building in Columbia, South Carolina. Built in 2009, the tower has light blue glazing and is adorned with columns, giving the building a modern, stylized look. There is a also an outdoor dining plaza at the base of the building between its ground and Gervais Street, looking towards the South Carolina State House. The buildings main use is for commercial purposes. But it also houses a restaurant, service branches and a parking garage.
Main Street Garden Park is a 1.75-acre (7,100 m) public park located in downtown Dallas, Texas, USA The $17.4 million park was primarily funded through the City of Dallas’ 2003 and 2006 bond programs and is the first of several planned downtown core parks, including Pacific Plaza Park and Belo Garden Park. Main Street Garden replaced Pegasus Plaza as the site for major downtown events throughout the year.
Nashua Street Residences is an approved high-rise building approved for construction adjacent to North Station and TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. The building will stand at 415 feet (127 meters) with 37 floors. Construction was slated to begin in late 2007, and scheduled to be completed by 2008, but the project has since stalled. Upon completion, it will stand as the 26th-tallest building in the city.
One Park Place is a 518 ft (158 m) tall apartment building located adjacent to Discovery Green park in downtown Houston, Texas. Completed in May 2009, the building has 340 units on 30 floors with a total height of 501 feet (153 m) and 37 floors. The building has 346 apartment units. The ground floor has retail shops and restaurants, while the six floors immediately above the ground floor have secure parking.
The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton is a luxury residential skyscraper in Center City in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. At 518 feet (158 m), the 48-story skyscraper is the tenth-tallest building in Philadelphia, and the tallest residential tower in the city. The building was erected on the former site of One Meridian Plaza which was seriously damaged by a deadly fire in 1991. One Meridian Plaza was demolished in 1999 and the property was sold by E/R Partners to the Arden Group the next year.
Spring is a 43 story residential condominium in Austin, Texas. Opening and completed in 2009, Spring stands 132 m (433 ft) over west Austin. The building was designed by Morris Architects and Pentagram. It is the very first point tower in Austin, meaning it is tall and slender, combining a skyscraper with high-rise residence. Austin Energy has given Spring a green rating. The skyscraper features a handful of amenities. Many of these are located on the 5th floor.
The Ashton is a 36 story residential highrise located in Austin, Texas. Completed in 2009, it is 412 feet high and rises just 15 feet from its neighbor to the east, about 100 feet shorter, 100 Congress. The Ashton was one of the first skyscrapers built in Austin during the city's 2006-2010 skyscraper boom. One amenity is a pool deck, which is on the podium. The Ashton is similar to a building in Dallas, Texas of the same name. Only that this one is 16 stories higher.
The Austonian is a residential skyscraper in Downtown Austin, Texas. At 683 feet (208 m) tall with 56 floors, the building is the tallest in Austin, overtaking the 360 Condominiums. The tower is also the tallest all-residential building in the state of Texas and Texas' tallest building outside of Dallas and Houston. Also, it is the tallest all residential building west of the Mississippi. The 53rd floor was taller than the previous tallest, 360 Condominiums.
The Clare at Water Tower. This first-of-its-kind, high-rise senior living community is situated on the Loyola University Chicago Water Tower Campus in Chicago's Gold Coast at Rush Street & Pearson Street. The 53 story building is designed by Perkins and Will, and is one of the tallest buildings reserved for senior citizens in the world.