Erie, located along Lake Erie, is the forth largest city in Pennsylvania. Erie is Pennsylvania's only lake port city and is nicknamed "Flagship city". The city is the seat of Erie County.

Erie's Presque Isle Bay, which is surrounded by a 7-mile peninsula and is one of the state's top tourist attractions. The city is home to the oldest land lighthouse on the Great Lakes, built in 1818. Erie is the home port of the reconstructed flagship of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, the Brig Niagara. The ship helped win the Battle of Lake Erie in the War of 1812.

The population of the Erie metropolitan area is over 275,000.

Official website: http://www.cityoferiepa.com/

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Renaissance Centre14built1926(1)
Haysite Tower13built1965(1)
Methodist Towers13built1972(1)
Saint Vincent Hospital - North Building9built(1)
Erie City Hall4destroyed
Marriott Hotel13cancelled
Highpoint Towers15built(1)
Mid City Towers14built1976(1)
Palace Centre13built1920(1)
Friendship Arms Apartments12built
South Shore Place10built
Lawrence Hotel12destroyed
Richford Arms10built1928(1)
Hamot Medical Center - Main Wing8built1960
Verizon Building7built(1)
Boston Store Place6built1930
East Dobbins Landing Condominium14cancelled
Commerce Building10destroyed
Ariel Building10destroyed
St. Peter's Cathedral2built1873(1)
Bicentennial Tower1built1995(1)
Shawville Generating Station Units 3+4built1976(1)