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About 600 Travis

Completed in 1982 and Houston's tallest building, 600 Travis (also known as JPMorgan Chase Tower) is a 75-story, 1.7 million-square-foot, five-sided office tower clad in pale gray polished granite. The development includes a 15,000-square-foot granite-paved pedestrian plaza at the entrance, a private sky lobby on the 60th floor and 22,237 square feet of retail space. The focal point of the plaza is a monumental sculpture by Joan Miró entitled "Personage and Birds." The sculpture is the largest Miró sculpture ever commissioned.
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Address

  • 600 Travis, Houston, TX

Location

  • The block bounded by Texas, Travis, Capitol and Milam streets

Architect

  • I. M. Pei & Partners

Building Details

  • 1,660,488 square feet
  • 75 floors
  • 1,002 feet tall

Website

Awards

  • Award for Engineering Excellence

Major Tenants

  • Andrews Kurth, LLP
  • Locke, Lord, Bissell & Liddell, LLP
  • LINN Energy
  • Winstead, PC
  • Shook, Hardy & Bacon, LLP
  • Morgan Stanley
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Sustainability

  • LEED Gold 2009
  • ENERGY STAR 2004
LEED Gold ENERGY STAR