Tucson is Arizona's second largest city, and the seat of Pima County, with a metropolitan area population just under a million as of the 2006 Census Bureau estimate. Located 60 miles noth of the United States-Mexico border, the city sits on an alluvial plain in the Sonoran Desert along the Santa Cruz River, which is dry most of the year.

Tucson's economy is based heavily on the University of Arizona located in the city, and the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. Tourism is another major industry for the city.

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UniSource Energy Tower23built1986(4)
Bank of America Plaza16built1977(2)
Pima County Legal Services Building16built1967(2)
5151 East Broadway16built1975(2)
Tucson House18built1963(1)
Unisource Energy Corporation Headquarters9built2011(1)
The Level14built2013(1)
Pima County Administration Building11built(1)
Radisson City Center Tucson13built1974(1)
Transamerica Building11built1962(1)
Bank One Building11built1929(1)
Pioneer Plaza12built1914(1)
Pima County Superior Court Building9built(1)
Evo A. DeConcini United States Courthouse6built(1)
Tucson City Hall10built1967(1)
Gould-Simpson Building10built1985(1)
Federal Building8built(1)
St. Mary's Hospital10built1950
Merrill Lynch Building9built1963(1)
Tucson DoubleTree Hotel9built1974
Pima County Health and Welfare Building6built1968(1)