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The MTA Building is a 398 ft (121 m) high rise office tower in Los Angeles, California. Completed in 1995, it serves as the main headquarters for the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The $300 million building is the main fixture of the Patsaouras Transit Plaza and features exquisite artwork throughout the exterior facades and the interior lobby. The building's design features a blend of contextual influences of 1930's Hispanic-Deco and post-modern architecture.
1740 Broadway (formerly the MONY Building or Mutual of New York Building) is a 25-story building owned by Vornado Realty Trust on a trapezoid lot on the northern edge of Times Square in New York City. The building has long been famous for the 150-foot (46 m) high tower and weather star advertising the insurance company under its acronym MONY. It was the inspiration for the Tommy James & The Shondells song Mony Mony.
The Oliver Building, also known as the Henry W. Oliver Building, is a prominent skyscraper in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It is a 25-story office building at 535 Smithfield Street, across from Mellon Square in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The building was designed by Daniel Burnham and built 1908-10, consisting of a stone and terra cotta facade over a steel frame.
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.
One Times Square (also known as 1475 Broadway, New York Times Building and New York Times Tower) is a 25 story, 395 foot (110.6 m) high skyscraper at 42nd and Broadway in Times Square. It was the second tallest building in the world when it opened. The famous New Year's Times Square Ball drop is performed annually from its roof. It was originally built to be the headquarters of The New York Times. The Times was to start the tradition of dropping the ball.
Reserve Square is a two-building skyscraper complex in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. Both buildings have 25 floors and are 266 feet (81 m) high. Embassy Suites Tower houses a hotel and was built in 1969, and East Tower is a residential skyscraper completed in 1973.. The K&D Group of Cleveland purchased the apartment tower for $36 million in August 2005, and purchased the hotel that December for $5.1 million.
San Diego Marriott Hotel and Marina is a hotel in San Diego, California composed of two towers of equal height. The two towers are the 20th tallest buildings in San Diego and are a prominent fixture in the city's skyline. The towers have a height of 361 ft (110 m) and contain 1,362 rooms. Located in the Marina district of Downtown San Diego, San Diego Marriott Hotel and Marina was designed by the architect firm Welton Becket and Associates.
The Detroit Riverside Hotel, is an upscale high-rise hotel in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It is located across the street from Cobo Center and from 150 West Jefferson, as well as neighbouring Hotel Fort Shelby to the south. The building was constructed in 1965 to a height of 25 floors (75 metres, or 245 feet). It contains 367 rooms, and is used as a hotel, restaurant, and fitness center.
The Forum at 343 East 74th Street is a 25-story residential condop building located on the Upper East Side in New York City. The building's location, midblock between First and Second Avenue on 74th Street makes the building visible from many parts of the Upper East Side. The building, which was completed in 1986, was opened to residents in 1987 and comprises 148 apartment units ranging in size from studios to three-bedroom apartments.