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The Residences at the Westin is a recently completed high-rise residential project in downtown Providence, Rhode Island designed by TRO Jung Brannen and developed by The Procaccianti Group. It is situated adjacent to The Westin Providence, a 25-floor hotel with similar fenestration and styling. The Residences at the Westin is slightly taller than its counterpart, rising an additional 52 feet (16 m).. The lower floors are an extension of the Westin hotel.
ViewPoint is a 480ft (146m) tall skyscraper in Atlanta, Georgia. It started construction in 2006 and has 36 floors. Preston Partnership, LLC designed the building, and Novare Group developed it. The first 2 floors have 50,000 square feet (4,600 m) of retail, and the skyscraper has 385 residential units. It is the 18th tallest building in Atlanta.
The Viridian Tower is a 378 foot (115 m), 31 story skyscraper in Nashville, Tennessee. The building's features include an H.G. Hill grocery store on the bottom floor, rooftop pool, fitness center and clubroom, and secure key card access. In 2007, the building received Project of the Year Award by Urban Land Institute.
WaMu Center is a skyscraper built in Seattle, Washington. On its completion, it was the largest skyscraper to mark Downtown Seattle's skyline in nearly 15 years, and is the city's 6th tallest building, at 182 meters (598 ft), with 42 floors. Major construction ended in early 2006, with minor construction continuing into the fall, and tenants from Washington Mutual (WaMu) began to move in to the tower in March 2006.
Waterplace is the name of a high-rise residential condominium project in Providence, Rhode Island. The project completed construction in mid-2008, and was developed by Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation. The two towers, which are 235 feet (72 m) and 213 ft (65 m) high, contain 193 luxury condominiums. The price range for units in the $100 million complex will start at $300,000 and top out at "more than $1 million".