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Hyatt at The Bellevue, a.k.a. Bellevue-Stratford Hotel.
Architect: G. W. & W. D. Hewitt (1904)
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Two Liberty Place.
Architect: Helmut Jahn (1990).
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The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton.
Architect: Handel Architects (2009).
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Lewis Tower, currently known as Aria Condominiums.
Architect: Edmund Gilchrist (1929).
The brown building on the right is the Locust Apartments.
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Hyatt at The Bellevue, a.k.a. Bellevue-Stratford Hotel
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An eclectic mix, from the two story Fergie's Pub to the high-rise terra-cotta to the tallest hotel in the city: Loews Philadelphia on Market Street (architects William Lescaze and George Howe, 1932), formerly known as PSFS Building.
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Comcast Center.
Architect: Robert A. M. Stern (2008).
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Cira Centre.
Architect: Cesar Pelli and Associates, Bower Lewis Thrower Architects (2005).
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Centre Square I , a.k.a. Centre Square East.
Architect: Vincent Kling & Associates (1973).
 
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