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The McCormack Building is a high-rise building adjacent to the Beacon Hill neighborhood in Boston, Massachusetts. The building stands at 401 feet (122 m) with 22 floors, and was completed in 1975. It is currently the 25th-tallest building in Boston. The architectural firm who designed the building was Hoyle, Doran and Berry Architects. The McCormack Building is notable because of its distinctive black and white façade.
The Powhatan or Powhatan Apartments is a 22-story luxury apartment building overlooking Lake Michigan and adjacent to Burnham Park in the Kenwood neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. The building was designed by architects Robert S. de Golyer and Charles L. Morgan. Much of the Art Deco detailing is attributed to Morgan. The exterior of the luxury-apartment highrise reflects Eliel Saarinen's second place design for the Tribune Tower competition of 1922.
The Leverett Saltonstall Building is a high-rise building located in the Government Center district of Boston, Massachusetts. The building stands at 396 feet (121 m) with 22 floors, and was completed in 1971. It is tied with One Devonshire Place and Harbor Towers II as the 28th-tallest building in Boston. The architectural firm who designed the building was Emery Roth & Sons. The Saltonstall Building is notable for its distinctive International style archiecture.
Southwest (North) Dormitory III, was a planned skyscraper in Amherst, Massachusetts that was to be built in the modernist style. It was cancelled in favor of low rise buildings after it was determined that there was a lack of funds available and students didn’t like the idea of commuting to the ground floor of the tower.
The State of Michigan Plaza (also known by the name "Executive Plaza") is an office tower that was constructed in 1974. It stands 22 stories high on the corner of 6th Street and Howard Street, in Detroit, Michigan, close to the John C. Lodge Freeway. Its address is 1200 6th Street. The high-rise was constructed using the international style of architecture, along with the black box style. Its main material is highly reflective glass. It looks similar to the nearby Detroit Edison Plaza.
The Superior Building, originally known as the Cleveland Discount Building, is a high-rise building in Cleveland, Ohio. The building rises 265 feet (81 m) in Downtown Cleveland. It contains 22 floors, and was completed in 1922. The Superior Building currently stands as the 26th-tallest building in the city. The architectural firm who designed the building was Walker & Weeks. The building's design incorporates a set of Doric columns in its base.
twelve | west is a 22-floor, mixed-use apartment and office building located in downtown Portland, Oregon, United States. The building is home to INDIGO @ twelve | west apartments and ZGF Architects LLP. During design and construction the building was known as “12W” and “ZGF Tower”, but the name changed after a naming contest in July 2009. Initial plans included a hotel and a total of 31 floors, but they were revised after the hotel company withdrew.
University of Washington Plaza is a skyscraper completed in 1975 in the University District of Seattle, Washington. The 99 m (325 ft), 22 storey tower, designed by NBBJ, is the tallest building outside of Downtown Seattle area. The tower was originally constructed as Safeco Plaza to serve as Safeco Insurance's headquarters, and was generally known as the Safeco Building. Safeco sold the property to the University of Washington in 2006 and moved out in 2007.
Washington Hall, also known as Washington Tower, is a skyscraper in Amherst, Massachusetts that is built in the modernist style. It is named after former military commander and President of the United States George Washington. It is part of the Southwest Residential Area at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. When was built, it was known as the Southwest (South) Dormitory II. The building is also among the five top tallest dorms at the university and the Umass system.