Bank of America Plaza
Structure in General
- A 4-seat 2000 Cessna 172R was taken without permission from the St. Petersburg-Clearwater Airport on January 5, 2002 by an inexperienced young pilot and crashed into the 28th floor of the 42-story tower at around 5 pm EST. The pilot was killed but no one in the building was apparently injured.
- Bank of America Plaza instantly elevated the business community’s expectations with its imported marble façade and landscaped piazza.
- A commissioned sculpture stands on the piazza, and rotating art collections are displayed in the mahogany-paneled lobby.
- The elegantly designed three-story atrium lobby emits a sense of activity lending a feeling of solidity, warmth and refinement.
- Typical floor plates are rectangular and contain approximately 20,000 square feet of rentable space providing for efficient space planning and twelve corner offices per floor.
- The garage itself is a major asset, having been expanded by almost 25% recently to accommodate 1,260 vehicles providing a parking ratio of 1.5/1000.
- The tower was a class A office building throughout 2004.
- Surpassed One Tampa City Center in 1986 as the tallest building in Tampa, and was the city's tallest until completion of 100 North Tampa in 1992.
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Features & Amenities
- One of the city's famous buildings