The Transamerica Center includes three buildings, One Highrises, Two Midrises. The Complex has the destinction of being LA's first Modern Skyscraper, being the AT&T Tower is 452 feet high, 32 stories, completed in 1965. LA's height limit of 150 feet (with the exception of City Hall) was lifted in the 1957, resulting in the AT&T Tower to be just 2 feet shy of City Hall. The Building was built before Downtown was really developed, at the time many major plans where on the boards for Bunker Hill. The Bulding, though techincally in Downtown, is far from the Skyline, being the only highrise in the area, making the builidng look very prominent. The AT&T Tower has a resturant atop the tower, with sweeping views of the Los Angeles Skyline. Designed by William L. Pereira & Associates, recladded in 2006-2007.