Columbia Center, Seattle, Washington, United States of America
Previously named as the Columbia Seafirst Center and Bank of America Tower, Columbia Center is a skyscraper settled in Seattle, Washington. It is a 76-story building and the highest in the city and Washington, attaining a height of 284 meters. During its completion in 1985, it was the most towering structure in the West Coast and became the fourth highest in 2017. Columbia Center has the most top public viewing area on the West Coast and the western part of Mississippi. Designed by a Washington-based architect, its core is clothed with Rosa Purino Carnelian granite, and its structure is formed of three geometric curved facades, making it look like towers rising on each other's side.
Tourists who want to get the best of nature can also visit the Maple Valley and indulge in its array of natural attractions. For those who are looking for a place to stay near the Columbia Center, Motif Seattle offers accommodation with scenic views of the Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains. An onsite bar and restaurant are also available as well as a fitness center. Boasting a bar and a cafe, Kimpton Alexis Hotel also provides rooms with an honor bar and an amazon echo dot. Get to visit the Space Needle,an observation tower, and is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world. The Waterfall Garden Park is also a popular spot in the city that features 22 feet of artificial waterfalls.