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One International Place

One International Place
One International Place (right), adjacent to Two International Place(left)
General information
Type Office/Retail
Location 100 Oliver Street, Boston, Massachusetts
Coordinates
Completed 1987
Height
Roof 600 ft (180 m)
Technical details
Floor count 46
Design and construction
Architect Johnson/Burgee Architects
Developer The Chiofaro Company

One International Place is a modern skyscraper in the Financial District neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. Built in 1987, it is Boston's sixth-tallest building, standing 600 feet (183 m) tall and housing 46 floors. The building is very prominent in the city's skyline, particularly when viewed from Boston Harbor.

The building has three separate elements. These consist of the tower itself, as well as two smaller components (27- and 19-stories). It also is linked by a central dome and winter garden with Two International Place.

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  • Emporis.com
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