Three Lakeway Center

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Three Lakeway Center
General information
Location Metairie, LA
United States
Roof403 feet (123 m)
Technical details
Floor count34

Three Lakeway Center, in Metairie, Louisiana, is a 34-story, 403-foot (123 m)-tall skyscraper. It is the tallest building in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana and is the 13th tallest building in the Greater New Orleans area. It is also one of the tallest buildings in the unincorporated areas of the United States.



3838 North Causeway Boulevard, Metairie, LA

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