Also Known As
Jp Morgan Chase Tower
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JPMorgan Chase Tower was originally named Texas Commerce Tower. It is located on the north side of Downtown Houston and is the tallest building in Houston and Texas. The second tallest building in Houston is the Wells Fargo Plaza.
The lobby of the JPMorgan Chase Tower was designed to match with Jones Hall, which is Houston's home to the Houston Symphony Orchestra. The lobby actually opens up to the Plaza outside, which connects to Jones Hall. The building has an observation deck on the sixtieth floor, which gives breathtaking views of the Houston skyline. In addition it breaks up the elevator banks and one must get off at the 60th floor in order to access the elevators for the next 15 floors.
The JPMorgan Chase Tower is the tallest five sided building in the entire world. It is pale gray color with polished granite. The building includes 22,000 square feet of Houston retail space. The Houston office building is a recipient of the Energy Star for Sustainability for 2004, 2005, and 2007 - 2011. In addition, it holds a LEED Gold certification.
- Year Built
- Owner/Leasing Manager
- Hines Interests
- Ziegler Cooper Architects
- Notable Tenants
- Andrews Kurth, Locke Lidell, LINN Energy, Cooper Industries, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase
From individual buildings and homes to entire neighborhoods, LEED is transforming the way we think about how our buildings and communities are designed, constructed, maintained and operated across the globe. Comprehensive and flexible, LEED is a green building tool that addresses the entire building lifecycle recognizing best-in-class building strategies.
At its core, LEED is a program that provides third- party verification of green buildings. Building projects satisfy prerequisites and earn points to achieve different levels of certification. Prerequisites and credits differ for each rating system, and teams choose the best fit for the project.