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The West Coast's Tallest (And Greenest?) Skyscraper


The city of San Francisco has just accepted three proposals for the viagra online canada no prescription city's new transit terminal. It will be the end of a proposed high-speed rail line from L.A. and the West Coast's version of www.spotfodo.com New York's Grand Central Station.

All of the designs have the following things in common:
  1. They are taller than 1,200 feet
  2. They are capped with wind turbines
  3. They must be extreeeeemely earthquake proof.
The three designs will be voted on, and then the selected architect will go back to the drawing board and www.kletterwald-sayn.de likely shave a couple hundred feet off the we choice buy cheapest viagra size of the tower, but still, the buildings look to be extremely impressive. It would be an awesome figurehead to the West Coast's burgeoning mass transit system, and, if they work to make the selected tower both beautiful and green, I'm sure it will be a welcome addition to the San Francisco skyline.

To check out the rest of the designs, keep reading the story.

Via Inhabitat and SFGate

See Also:
-Top 10 Green Skyscrapers-
-Castle House Wind Scraper-
-Self Powered SkyScraper-

 

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written by Marcie, August 09, 2007
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written by j.blu, August 09, 2007
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