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feet
7
floors
1907
year built

The Flatiron Building is located in downtown Fort Worth, Texas, at the corner of Houston and West 9th streets. At the time of its completion in 1907 it was one of city's the first steel frame buildings and the tallest building in north Texas. Fort Worth's Flatiron Building was commissioned by local physician Dr. Bacon Saunders, who reserved the top floor for his offices, at a cost of $70,000.

124
feet
13
floors
1908
year built

The DuPont Building, occupying the entire block bound by 10th, 11th, Orange and Market streets, was one of the first high-rises in Wilmington, Delaware. It looks out over Rodney Square. The building was built in phases, with the original building constructed in 1908 fronting Rodney Square. At the time, the building housed the offices of DuPont.

212
feet
16
floors
1908
year built

One North Pennsylvania, formerly known as the Oddfellows Building, is a high rise building in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was completed in 1908 and has 16 floors. It is primarily used for office space.

Singer Building
New York City
65
feet
12
floors
1908
year built

The Singer Building at Liberty Street and Broadway in Manhattan, New York, was an office building completed in 1908 as the headquarters of the Singer Manufacturing Company. The building's architect, Ernest Flagg, was a supporter of height limitations and restrictive zoning, and showed his solution to tall-building crowding with the Singer's set-back design. The 12-story base of the building filled an entire blockfront, while the tower above was relatively narrow.

Everett Building
New York City
230
feet
16
floors
1908
year built

The Everett Building, is located at 200 Park Avenue South at East 17th Street, in Manhattan, New York City. It was designed by the architectural firm of Starrett & van Vleck and opened in 1908. In 1988, it was designated a New York City landmark. .

190
feet
15
floors
1909
year built

The Praetorian Building, also known as Stone Place Tower, is a high-rise building located at Main Street and Stone Street in the Main Street District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). The building, constructed in 1909, was the first skyscraper in Dallas and Texas and was the tallest building in the city until 1912.

245
feet
17
floors
1909
year built

Barnes and Thornburg Building is a high rise in Indianapolis, Indiana. Designed by architect Daniel Burnham, it was completed in 1909 and has 17 floors. It is primarily used for office space and was added to Registered Historic Places in 1982. It is owned and occupied mainly by Barnes and Thornburg, LLP, a law firm. It was previously known as the Merchants National Bank Building. Most of the first floor is occupied by a Borders Book Store .

699
feet
50
floors
1909
year built

The Metropolitan Life Tower (also known as Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Building or Met Life Tower) is a landmark skyscraper located at One Madison Avenue in the borough of Manhattan in New York City. Designed by the architectural firm of Napoleon LeBrun & Sons, the tower is modeled after the Campanile in Venice, Italy. It was constructed in 1909 and served as world headquarters of the company until 2005.

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feet
50
floors
1909
year built

Some of the finest buildings in New Jersey, New York, and other large eastern cities were built by the Hedden Construction Company, one of the largest construction companies operating in Newark in the very early 1900s. Among the most notable is the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower located at One Madison Avenue in New York, NY. The tower was the world's tallest building from 1909 to 1913 and home to the Hedden Construction Company's main offices located on the 36th and 37th floors.

Higgins Building
Los Angeles
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feet
10
floors
1909
year built

The Higgins Building is a proto-Modernist building located in downtown Los Angeles, California. Built and owned by Thomas Higgins, an Irish American in 1909, the building was originally used for office space and years later was transformed into downtown lofts. The architects were Albert C. Martin, Sr. and A.L. Haley. The Higgins Building also houses one of Los Angeles' premier nightclubs in its basement, The Edison, which opened in 2007.

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