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Old Posted May 11, 2008, 4:34 AM
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DALLAS | JP Morgan Chase Tower | 738 FT / 225 M | 55 FLOORS | 1987

One of my alltime Favorites!

http://www.chasetowerdallas.com/amenities.asp

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You can actually go into the tower,theres an obsevation deck below the "sky window".

The building was destroyed after being struck by a metiorite,causing to split in two and land on a fleeing crowd. ...

In a Movie

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Old Posted May 11, 2008, 6:49 AM
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^I can see that the crown contains actual floors and is not purely ornamental. It's much better that way.
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I wouldn't mind an office inside the hole!



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Old Posted May 12, 2008, 1:12 AM
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don't like it too much but it would be really cool to have an office in that nook up there.
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Old Posted May 12, 2008, 4:16 AM
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I LOVE, this tower. One of my all time favorites!

It tottaly got owned in Asteroid though
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This is an awesome building. It's so sunbelt-ish.
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don't like it too much but it would be really cool to have an office in that nook up there.
I've actually been up there. Very very nice offices and a very nice fountain. They let anyone go up, which I thought was weird.
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I think thats one cool looking skyscraper! in what movie did the meteor fly through it?
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This isn't the best picture, but you can make out the shape of the neighboring JP Morgan / Chase building at the top of the Trammell Crow building. They're designed to be fraternal twin towers. This one being the male and the JP Morgan being the female.
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Nothing really appealing about this one for me. That clunky top is sort of interesting I guess. I really am not a fan of much of anything big that came out of the 80s/90s though.
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This isn't the best picture, but you can make out the shape of the neighboring JP Morgan / Chase building at the top of the Trammell Crow building. They're designed to be fraternal twin towers. This one being the male and the JP Morgan being the female.
I completly agree with you, except I feel JP Morgan is the Male and Teammell Crow is the Female, hahah. Those two are atop my list of favorite buildings of all time
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I completly agree with you, except I feel JP Morgan is the Male and Teammell Crow is the Female, hahah. Those two are atop my list of favorite buildings of all time
yeah,i was gonna say that to.
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Yea that was a great idea to make actual floors as part of the crown. Also very decorative too.
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Ah, the good ole "Keyhole Building." I love the design of this 55-story jewel of the Dallas skyline.
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I completly agree with you, except I feel JP Morgan is the Male and Teammell Crow is the Female, hahah. Those two are atop my list of favorite buildings of all time
How is the building with the hole not the 'female'?
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