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Rhodes Tower
Cleveland
373
feet
21
floors
1971
year built

The James A. Rhodes Tower (formerly University Tower) is a 21-story 373-foot, skyscraper in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. It is owned by Cleveland State University. It currently houses the university's main library on the first four floors and administration offices for many of the university's academic departments on the upper level floors. It previously held classrooms on the first two floors. It is the tallest structure on the Cleveland State campus, followed by Fenn Tower.

217
feet
21
floors
1969
year built

Sheraton Indianapolis City Centre, formerly known as the Radisson Hotel City Centre and, is a high-rise hotel in Indianapolis, Indiana. The building was originally build as a Hilton hotel.

The Carlyle
Pittsburgh
300
feet
21
floors
1906
year built

The Carlyle is a 300ft (91m) tall skyscraper at Fourth Avenue and Wood Street in Pittsburgh. It was completed in 1906 and has 21 floors. It is tied with Washington Plaza and the Commonwealth Building for 26nd tallest building in the city. This 1906 neo-classical building was originally the Union National Bank Building, designed by the architectural firm of MacClure & Spahr. Benno Janssen, who was employed by that firm, had a key role in its design.

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feet
21
floors
1965
year built

The Windsor Tower is a residential high-rise apartment building in the Lafayette Park neighbourhood in Detroit, Michigan, United States. It stands at 1600 Antietam Avenue. It was originally built as the Four Freedoms House in 1965 by Architectural firm John Hans Graham and Associates. The tower was built in 1965, and stands at 21 storeys. It has 320 units/rooms. It was designed in the modern architectural style, and was built with concrete as its main material.

305
feet
21
floors
1923
year built

The Tribune Tower is a 305-ft. (93 m), 21-story building located in downtown Oakland, California. Completed in 1923, the 89,251 sq.-ft. (8,291 sq.-m.) building was opened by Joseph R. Knowland on January 1, 1924, as the home of the Oakland Tribune newspaper, and is a symbol of both the Tribune and the city of Oakland. In 1915, when Joseph Knowland, a former U.S. congressman, acquired the Oakland Tribune, the newspaper was located at Eighth and Franklin streets in the old Golden West Hotel.

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