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DoubleTree by Hilton Billings

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Identification

DoubleTree by Hilton Billings
Sheraton Billings, Crowne Plaza Billings
128840

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
steel
concrete
masonry
brick
curtain wall
applied masonry
brown
modernism

Usages

hotel
restaurant

Facts

  • Tallest hotel in Montana.
  • Tallest building in Billings and in Montana from 1980 to 1985 until the completion of the First Interstate Center.
  • It was declared the tallest load-bearing brick masonry building in the world by the Brick Institute of America upon completion.
  • There were 2,372,982 bricks used in its construction. The bricks were made out of red clay that is found south of the city and formed in an 1869 kiln.
  • The elevator buttons claim 23 stories, but it actually has 22 floors because the building has no 13th floor.
  • There is a restaurant on the 20th floor that has spectacular views of the mountains and the city.
  • Built on the site of the former Smith Building, which burned to the ground in 1976.
  • About 125 construction workers worked on the building.
  • Two doors set into the brick on the second floor open into thin air with no balcony. The origional blueprints show that the doors are for a future parking expansion.
  • The hotel has hosted four U.S. Presidents.
  • Features 16,000 square feet of meeting space.

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Location

27 North 27th Street
27 North 27th Street
59101
West Downtown
Downtown Core
Billings
Montana
U.S.A.

Technical Data

256.00 ft
245.00 ft
245.00 ft
12.00 ft
140.00 ft
165.00 ft
22
1978
Sep 1980
6
$18,000,000

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Features & Amenities

  • One of the city's famous buildings
  • Aircraft warning lights installed
  • Fountain is present in building
  • Illuminated logo on the facade
  • Transmission antenna on roof
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