Synonyms for Building:

adj.

preparing (adjective)
making.

n.

barn, palace, assembly, pile, hotel, church, assemblage, skyscraper, castle, temple, factory, outbuilding, home, fortification, apartment house, masonry, develop, house, motel, lay. facility, block, installation, the built environment, folly, infill. make. act (noun)
construction.
artifact (noun)
edifice.
building (noun)
castle, architecture, skyscraper, barn, temple, edifice, development, factory, construction, fabrication, hotel, structure.
constructed dwelling (noun)
construction, edifice, pile, house, home, fabric, framework, architecture.
production (noun)
development, execution, production, manufacture, generation, fabrication, formation, creation.
structure (noun)
arrangement, makeup, architecture, constitution, fabric, skeleton, framework, composition, edifice, anatomy, structure, frame, shape, construction.

v.

creating (verb)
developing, Creating, Inventing, Conceiving, Formulating, Producing, Originating, Generating, Fabricating.
producing (verb)
executing, Cultivating, Manufacturing, Mothering, Fathering.
structuring (verb)
arranging, Constructing, shaping, Constituting, framing, structuring, Forming, making, composing.

Other synonyms:

skyscraper, infill, the built environment, fortification. masonry, folly. lay, assemblage. pile, installation. develop. block. outhouse
outbuilding.
stronghold
castle.
Other relevant words:
castle, church, pile, fortification, hotel, assemblage, make, assembly, home, temple, barn, factory, palace, lay, outbuilding, skyscraper, facility, folly, develop, house, installation, motel, block, masonry, infill.

Usage examples for building

  1. " Yes; and that set him building this place for his protection. – King of the Castle by George Manville Fenn
  2. It was gone, however, before they were inside the building – The Spirit of the Border A Romance of the Early Settlers in the Ohio Valley by Zane Grey
  3. Well, then, let's have a look at the 'Every Other Week' building and then, if you like your quarters there, you can go round and close for Mrs. Green's flat. – A Hazard of New Fortunes by William Dean Howells