City Hall Plaza (Manchester)

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City Hall Plaza
A view of downtown Manchester from the Brady Sullivan Plaza, with City Hall Plaza on the right
General information
Type Public and civic office space
Location 900 Elm St (U.S. Route 3), Manchester, New Hampshire, United States
Coordinates 42°59′26″N 71°27′49″W / 42.99056°N 71.46361°W / 42.99056; -71.46361Coordinates: 42°59′26″N 71°27′49″W / 42.99056°N 71.46361°W / 42.99056; -71.46361
Completed 1992
Roof 275 ft (84 m)
Technical details
Floor count 20
Design and construction
Architect Lavallee Brensinger Architects
Developer City of Manchester

City Hall Plaza, City Hall Plaza Tower or 900 Elm Street (U.S. Route 3), is a prominent 275-foot (84 m)[1] office tower in Manchester, New Hampshire. Since its completion in 1992, City Hall Plaza has been the tallest building in the city of Manchester, the state of New Hampshire, and northern New England. It is shorter than most of the tallest buildings in Boston, Hartford, New Haven, and Providence. The tower is used for office space for both private businesses and the city of Manchester.

The building is recognizable as one of the main features of the Manchester skyline, along with the Brady Sullivan Plaza, SNHU Arena, the Radisson Hotel, the Center of New Hampshire, and the Amoskeag Bank building. The facade is brick and limestone, with a four-gabled blue roof.


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Preceded by
Brady Sullivan Plaza
Tallest building in New Hampshire
Succeeded by