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400
feet
40
floors
1971
year built

The Harbor Towers are two Brutalist-era forty-story residential towers located on the waterfront of the U.S. city of Boston, nestled between the New England Aquarium and the iconic Rowe's Wharf mixed use development. Harbor Towers I, the taller of the two towers, stands 400 feet (122 m), while Harbor Towers II rises 396 ft (121 m). The towers are the 26th and 28th-tallest buildings in Boston, respectively.

579
feet
40
floors
1974
year built

Houston Center is a retail and office complex in Downtown Houston, Texas, United States. It is owned and operated by subsidiaries of Crescent Real Estate Equities Co. (NYSE: CEI). The three towers in Houston Center have almost 3.4 million square feet of Class A office space. The buildings in Houston Center include: Texas Eastern Corporation bought 32 blocks of land in Downtown Houston for $50 million; many of the blocks included slums.

KBR Tower
Houston
19
feet
40
floors
1973
year built

KBR Tower (formerly the M. W. Kellogg Tower) is a 550 ft (167.6m) tall skyscraper in Downtown Houston, Texas, United States; it is a part of the Cullen Center complex. The KBR Tower has the headquarters of KBR. The 40 story building has about 1,047,748 square feet (97,339.0 m) of rentable office space. The design architect was Neuhaus & Taylor, the general contractor was Linbeck Construction Company, the mechanical engineer was Sam P.

529
feet
40
floors
1973
year built

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) .

497
feet
40
floors
1992
year built

Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel is a high-rise building in San Diego composed of two towers. The towers are the third and seventh tallest buildings in the city. It is the tallest building on the waterfront on the West Coast and with over 1600 rooms, it is Southern California's largest hotel. Because of its proximity to the waterfront, as well as its amenities, the Manchester Grand Hyatt is referred to as a spa and resort. It was developed and is owned by Doug Manchester.

580
feet
40
floors
1912
year built

The Manhattan Municipal Building, at 1 Centre Street in New York City, is a 40-story building built to accommodate increased governmental space demands after the 1898 consolidation of The Five Boroughs. Construction began in 1909 and ended in 1915, marking the end of the City Beautiful movement in New York. Standing 580 feet (177 m) tall, its highest point is the second largest statue in Manhattan.

427
feet
40
floors
2001
year built

Marbella Apartments is a 427ft (130m) tall skyscraper in Jersey City, New Jersey. It was completed 2003 and has 40 floors. It is the 10th tallest building, and when it was completed it was the tallest residential building in Jersey City.

647
feet
40
floors
2007
year built

Metropolitan Miami is a complex of four skyscrapers in the central business district of Downtown Miami, Florida, United States. These are Met 1, Met 2 Financial Center (officially the Wells Fargo Center), Met 2 Marriott Marquis and Met 3. Met 1 was finished in 2007, Met 2 was completed in early 2010, and Met 3 is currently under construction for completion in 2011. Met 1 was the first building to be completed in the complex.

512
feet
40
floors
1972
year built

National City Tower is a skyscraper in Downtown, Louisville, Kentucky, United States, and located at 101 South Fifth Street. The 40-story, 512-foot (156 m) high structure was designed by architects Wallace Harrison and Max Abramovitz and was completed in 1972. The building, originally named First National Tower, was named after First National Bank and renamed National City Tower when First National was acquired by National City Bank.

614
feet
40
floors
1928
year built

The New York Life Insurance Building, New York is the headquarters of the New York Life Insurance Company. It was designed in 1926 by Cass Gilbert, designer of the landmark Woolworth Building; the massive building rises forty stories to its pyramidal gilded roof and occupies the full block between 26th and 27th Streets, Madison Avenue and Park Avenue South, a rarity in New York.

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