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The Pinnacle at Symphony Place is a 29 story, 417 feet (127 m) office and retail skyscraper located in Nashville, Tennessee, in the city's SoBro (South of Broadway) district. Located across the street from the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, the building officially opened on February 10, 2010. The building includes 500,000 square feet of Class A office space and 24,000 square feet of retail space.
The Residences at Packard Place is a proposed two-tower, thirty-story, commercial-residential tower in Downtown Albuquerque. The Residences at Packard Place is slated to be taller than the 351-foot (107 m) Albuquerque Plaza Office Tower, therefore becoming the tallest building in the state of New Mexico. Packard Place will change the skyline of Downtown Albuquerque. This building consists of two towers, which will have 30,000 square feet (2,800 m) and 408 residences.
Trans National Place, also known as 115 Winthrop Square, is a proposed supertall skyscraper in Boston, Massachusetts. Original designs were completed by architect Renzo Piano, who later left the project in March 2007. Trans National Place was intended to stand as the tallest building in Boston, Massachusetts, and New England, surpassing the 60-story John Hancock Tower by 15 stories and at least 210 feet (64 meters) to become the tallest building in the city.
Announced in 2006, Trump SoHo New York or just Trump SoHo will be a $450 million, 46 story, 391 unit hotel condominium. The building is located at 246 Spring Street, between Varick Street and Sixth Avenue, a few blocks west of the SoHo neighborhood in New York City. This is a region zoned for manufacturing, which precludes permanent residences. The condo-hotel design was approved after negotiations with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
W Austin Hotel & Residences is a currently topped out building in Austin, Texas located on 200 Lavaca Street. It stands 478 feet above the ground with 37 floors above the ground. It will soon to house the Austin City Limits Studio, greatly increasing the seating size from 350 to 2,200. It is a residential building that sits behind the Austin City Hall. It holds 250 hotel units and 159 condominiums.