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Atlanta's King and Queen building

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Officially known as the Concourse Tower #5 and #6 these buildings are some of the tallest suburban skyscrapers in the country. If not the tallest. I know Houston has a taller building I believe outside the CBD, but I think it's still in the city. So I'm not saying for sure they are the tallest. But certainly one of them.

Concourse #5 reports in at 570f and were completed in 1988.

Very interesting buildings and add to the skyline in Dunwoody, which is more impressive than many 500,000+ metros downtowns.

These are also some of my personal favorites in metro Atlanta.

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This is the Williams tower in Houston it is not in the city limits they end about a block for the building it's the tallest building in the world not in a metro area

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This is the Williams tower in Houston it is not in the city limits they end about a block for the building it's the tallest building in the world not in a metro area

You mean in the burbs? LOL. That's cool, I kinda figured that tower might have been outside the city limits. BTW The William's tower is awesome IMHO.

What's the heigh on that thing? The picture makes it look HUGE.

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Only in texas

And Atlanta, LMAO!! :lol:

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Those Concourse Towers are nice looking. Last time I was down in Atlanta, I stayed at a hotel (Marriott?) that is right next to those. The location was good, as it was just a 10 min ride down Peachtree into Buckhead! Love that ESPN zone!

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64 stories in the suburbs...that's insane! In Detroit we'd be lucky to have anything over 15 stories built anywhere...downtown or suburbs. Only a city in the sunbelt would put up a tower that tall outside of downtown.

The Concourse towers look cool too. I especially like the night pics.

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