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52
feet
25
floors
2006
year built

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.

329
feet
25
floors
1992
year built

The Westin Providence is a Neo-Traditionalist skyscraper in downtown Providence, Rhode Island, occupied by the Westin Hotel. At 329 feet (100 m), it became the fourth-tallest building in the city and the state on on 15 February 2007, when the nearby slightly taller Residences at the Westin topped out. Brick facades and a pitched roof adorn the building.

347
feet
25
floors
1975
year built

The Top of Troy stands at 755 West Big Beaver Road, in Troy, Michigan. It is the tallest building in Troy, Michigan. PNC Financial Services maintains regional offices in the building as the major tenant. The triangular-shaped high-rise was constructed in 1974, and completed in 1975. It stands 25 stories (346 ft/106m), and is used mainly for office space, retail, and restaurant uses. It was designed in the international style of architecture. Its main materials are concrete and glass.

446
feet
25
floors
2007
year built

University Club Tower is a condominium tower in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. At 446 feet, the tower is the tallest residential building in Wisconsin and third tallest building overall, in Milwaukee (and Wisconsin). It is located in Milwaukee's East Town neighborhood adjacent to the shoreline of Lake Michigan. The originally planned tower was designed by Santiago Calatrava (who had just designed the Milwaukee Art Museum) in 2001 and was to have only 25 stories.

80
feet
25
floors
??
year built

The West End Summit is a mixed use development currently approved for construction in Nashville, Tennessee. The complex consists of two towers, one being an office, and the other having an InterContinental Hotel, 47 residences, retail, restaurants, health club, and a resort spa. The project has received criticism from the public because of its numerous construction delays and billing agreements. Harmon Inc. filed a lawsuit saying it is owed $120,000 by Alex S.

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