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Rivergate Tower at Curtis Hixon Park Tampa Florida
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Originally known as the NCNB Tower, Harry Wolfe's Rivergate Tower was erected in 1988. It rises 31 stories above the Hillsborough River and Curtis Hixon Park. It is the fourth tallest limestone structure in the world. The park that adjoins the building is known as Kiley Gardens, which is actually the roof of a two level parking garage. It's a green roof long before green roof's were "cool".

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