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Greenway Plaza

Identification

Greenway Plaza
mixed-use
102967

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Facts

  • The first phase of Greenway Plaza incorporates a massive 3,500-car underground garage that was the largest continuous concrete pour in Houston at that time of its construction.
  • One of the hallmarks of this complex is the fact that a number of the buildings have an identical twin across from them.

Location

Houston
Texas
U.S.A.

Involved Companies


Lloyd Jones Brewer & Associates

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# Building Height Floors Building type Year Status
1 fromfaraway-upper-half-from-the-northwest-along-norfolk-street 5 Greenway Plaza 495 ft 31 skyscraper 1973
2 fullheightview-looking-up-from-richmond-avenue El Paso Tower 441 ft 31 skyscraper 1978
3 fullheightview-view-from-richmond-avenue 11 Greenway Plaza 441 ft 31 skyscraper 1979
4 exterior-from-compaq-center 3 Greenway Plaza 300 ft 21 high-rise building 1971
5 fullheightview-view-from-the-northwest DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Houston - Greenway Plaza 206 ft 20 high-rise building 1975
6 lookingup-looking-up-from-the-main-entrance 8 Greenway Plaza ≈199 ft 15 high-rise building 1982
7 fullheightview-view-from-the-southwest 12 Greenway Plaza ≈199 ft 15 high-rise building 1982
8 fullheightview-looking-northeast-from-the-southwest-freeway-frontage-road Four Greenway Plaza ≈160 ft 12 high-rise building -
9 fullheightview-looking-southeast-across-richmond-avenue One Greenway Plaza ≈146 ft 11 low-rise building 1969
10 fullheightview-looking-southeast-across-richmond-avenue Two Greenway Plaza ≈146 ft 11 low-rise building 1969
11 fullheightview-view-from-richmond-avenue Koch Building ≈133 ft 10 low-rise building 1984
12 Four Points by Sheraton Houston Southwest ≈120 ft 9 low-rise building 1975
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