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  • Dominion

    Dominion’s new office development comprises the phased development of two office towers on adjacent blocks in downtown Richmond.

  • Devon Energy Center

    Devon’s new world headquarters serves as a focal point for the company and for Oklahoma City.

  • River Point

    In the spirit of Millennium Park, and Chicago’s current arts-based renaissance, River Point presents a shimmering, curved façade at the confluence the Chicago River and its North Branch in Chicago’s downtown.

  • 300 North LaSalle

    300 North LaSalle pays homage to Chicago’s tradition of famous, early skyscrapers with richly articulated facades.

  • 609 Main at Texas

    609 Main at Texas is a 48-story Class-A next generation office tower that offers a signature presence in the Houston skyline and contributes to the vitality of the Central Business District.

  • BG Group Place

    BG Group Place has enlivened Houston’s historic Main Street aesthetically and demographically.

  • 1180 Peachtree

    Rising forty-one floors to a height of over 645 feet, 1180 Peachtree is Atlanta’s tallest skyscraper in fourteen years.

  • 1900 Crystal Drive

    Designed as a benchmark for future developments in greater Arlington, 1900 Crystal Drive respects and continues Vornado Charles E. Smith’s tradition of innovative and inspiring properties in the metropolitan Washington D.C. market.

  • 1144 Fifteenth Street

    1144 Fifteenth Street is a forty-story high-performance office tower comprising twenty-seven floors of Class-A office space atop a thirteen-story podium comprising retail, restaurants, a fitness center and an 880-space parking garage.

  • The Pinnacle at Symphony Place

    The Pinnacle at Symphony Place anchors Nashville’s Broadway District with a new landmark, designed to contribute excitement to Nashville’s nightlife through two floors of shopping and restaurants at ground level and an illuminated crown.

  • Ernst & Young at 55 Allen Plaza

    55 Allen Plaza, in downtown Atlanta, is the regional headquarters of Ernst & Young as well as other large corporate tenants, and the building conveys a commensurate stature in the downtown skyline, clad in lightly reflective glass, granite and aluminum.

  • Orville L. Freeman Building

    The warm radiance of the Freeman Building for the Minnesota Departments of Agriculture and Health reflects both the timeless beauty of Minnesota’s agricultural landscape and the surrounding architecture of the Capitol District.