Thursday, May 26, 2011

5090

This dramatic looking entrance belongs to an office building with no name.  So I just call it the 5090 building because that is its street number.  I checked the tenant list and it houses mostly medical offices and investment companies.  It certainly is a nice looking office building.

12 comments:

Steffe said...

I guess all the good names were taken!

Regina K said...

I like the clouds in the glass.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Investment companies in the same building as doctors' offices. Makes sense. The doctors won't have to go far to check with their investment advisors.

When a new medical complex opened near our house, Julie asked me to check the directory to see if maybe we had an interest in finding a doctor closer to home. I checked and then reported that most of the doctors in the complex are cosmetic surgeons. We have not been back.

brattcat said...

I'm with Regina.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

very dramatic entrance that also provide shade

Magpie said...

What a dramatic angle you got with this shot. It's wonderful. I know it's my weird imagination, but I can see some squatting, alien, buglike, life form poised to take over downtown Phoenix.

Jarart said...

I like the composition of this photo. It captures the reflections as well as the unique shapes. Is that a sculpture down at the end?

Jacob said...

An exercise in the development of modern architecture. I like the pillars, the glass and the canopy. And it is nice for the MDs...they can take your money and walk across the hall and invest it.

Stephanie said...

Yes, I see the alien/insect-like creature, too. Perhaps the name should be the Astro-Insecta Building of Pheonix!

Kate said...

Looks like it would be a grand building for apts, too!

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Jack said...

This is quite a place, Sharon. Shooting it straight ahead and symmetrically was a good call.

JM said...

Great symmetry shot!