Bank of America Plaza
Structure in general
- The Bank of America Plaza is the tallest building in the southern United States, and the tallest in any state capital.
- It was built in only 14 months, one of the fastest construction schedules for any 1,000 foot building.
- Located on 3.7 acres on Peachtree Street, the tower faces its border streets at a 45-degree angle to maximize the views to the north and south.
- Crowning the building is a stepped pyramid formed from an open steel frame that tapers to a 90-foot high spire. Four hundred and five square feet of the spire is applied with 23-karat gold leaf.
- The C & S Bank North was demolished upon the completion of this tower to make way for an attached conference center.
- Originally proposed at 53 floors, 2 additional floors were added to the proposal in May 1990 due to stronger than expected demand.
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Features & Amenities
- One of the city's famous buildings