|Location||1501 McKinney St, Houston, Texas|
|Construction started||March 2008|
|Design and construction|
|Main contractor||Gilbane Building Company|
Hess Tower is a 29-story building located adjacent to Discovery Green park in downtown Houston, Texas. It was formerly called Discovery Tower until Hess Corporation leased the entire tower in January 2009.
The building was originally designed to house a number of wind turbines, but the turbines were removed in December 2010.
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- "Pieces of Wind Turbine Fall Onto Street from Top of Hess Tower Downtown; Blades on "Lockdown" - Swamplot".
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