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Old Posted Aug 25, 2015, 3:27 PM
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^pretty sure Huntsville's tallest is 12 stories
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^pretty sure Huntsville's tallest is 12 stories
I've only been to Huntsville twice in my life, so I could not tell you. I posted that based off of this list:

List of tallest buildings in Alabama
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Charlotte skyline showing under-construction towers. (not seen are two Skyhouse towers being built just left of frame)


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Here is one I took a while back of Greensboro. The city may not have the biggest skyline but we could be seeing some additions over the next several years. There are a few mid-rise projects underway, a 12-story Wydham luxury hotel is in the works and a local Greensboro developer is planning for a 561 ft tall skyscraper downtown which would make it the tallest building in North Carolina outside of Charlotte. It would dwarf the tallest building in downtown Greensboro today. The tower would consist of 400,000 square feet of office space and an upscale hotel. developer Roy Carroll is looking at a sleek curved glass design for the tower but has stated he wouldn't start construction until the building is about 60% to 70% leased.



A general idea of what a 561 ft tower (height wise) would look like in downtown Greensboro

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another photo of Greensboro's skyline

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Atlanta - These are some of my favorite photos taken from the web.













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....And now a bonus Snow-lanta shot taken by yours truly (sorry for the size):

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Why wasn't there any Virginia cities shown?
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View from the Icon Apartments in the Gulch in Nashville.



Thanks to Chris over on UP.
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From Newschannel 5 cam...looking towards Mid-town/Music Row/Vanderbilt area. The hill in the background (referred to as Nine-mile Hill) is part of the Highland Rim which surrounds the Nashville Basin..



The 25 story Skyhouse in the middle of the picture, really changes the Mid-town skyline.
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NASHVILLE FROM VANDERBILT

From a poster on UP...the view from Vanderbilt toward downtown at sunrise, about a mile+ away.

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NASHVILLE
from Sylvan Heights also showing in transparent blue, the buildings under construction and how the downtown skyline on the left will merge with the Mid-Town skyline to create one continuous 30 block long skyline.
Picture from MH on UP. UC buildings, from left, are 45 story 505CST, 30 story Bridgestone Americas, 19 story Cambria Suites and the 32 story JW Marriott. The 22 story Marriott Tri-Brand is hidden behind Cambria..

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Midtown (left) and Downtown (right) Atlanta



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Midtown (left) and Downtown (right) Atlanta
Very nice! I saw this on the Atlanta construction thread along with the other amazing midtown shot. Love it.
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A couple of night time pictures (taken by myself) of downtown Nashville and the SoBro district.





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