This view of the Anatole Hotel was taken from the stands of the P. C. Cobb stadium before it was demolished years ago.
The Kirby Building
Patriot Tower is flanked by Republic Center and Harwood Centre.
The Hotel Indigo, as it is now known, was the original hotel to bear the Hilton name.
Bank of America Plaza
One Main Place
Trammell Crow Center
St. Paul Tower
Comerica Bank Tower
Bank of America Plaza and El Centro College
The Crescent complex is a multi use development, containing office, hotel, retail and restaurant.
The Adolphus Hotel was built by the wealthy beer baron Adolphus Busch so that he could have a fitting place to conduct business on his trips to Dallas.
MKT Railroad Building
There is an underground network of tunnels, below the streets of downtown Dallas. This pyramid allows light into the underground food court of Renaissance Tower.
Cascading waterfalls and more than 200 fountains occupy the grounds of Fountain Place.
The Forest Theater
The old Dallas National Bank Building has become The Joule Hotel. The glass walled swimming pool juts out some 70' over the sidewalk below.
The Crescent is another of Philip Johnson's landmark buildings in Dallas. This complex houses retail, hotel and offices.
The Infomart heralded the arrival of the computer age, and was modeled after London's Crystal Palace of 1851.
Original plans called for two identical buildings in the complex known as Fountain Place.
One of Dallas first modern skyscrapers, Elm Place sits mostly vacant these days. In its heyday, it was home to First National Bank of Dallas and featured lighting that ran in vertical stripes up the buildings exterior.
World Trade Center
The Davis Building is residential now, but once housed Republic Bank.
Lake Cliff Tower
Victory Park Plaza
One Victory Park
Oak Cliff Tower
3333 Lee Parkway
The Belo Building and Ferris Plaza.
1700 Commerce Place
220', 18 Story, 1926
Barnett, Haynes and Barnett
211 North Ervay
218', 18 Story, 1958
Hedrick and Stanley Architects
American Beauty Mill Lofts
Plaza of the Americas