JPMorgan Chase (Gulf) Building


Art Deco skyscraper commissioned by Jesse H. Jones in 1927, this 37-story building was originally occupied by Gulf Oil and now by JP Morgan Chase. Until 1963 it was the tallest building in Houston. Interiors with murals and breath-taking metalwork. Photo of building spire by Ken Lund on Flickr Photo of entrance by Kent Wang on Flickr

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Details - Architect: Alfred C. Finn with Kenneth Franzheim and J.E.R. Carpenter (New York) - City of Houston Historic Landmark; National Register of Historic Places - One of the finest examples of Art Deco architecture in the southwest U.S.


712 Main Street
Downtown, Houston 77002

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