Structure in General
- The innovative design was the brainchild of Ralph Johnson, chief designer for Perkins + Will in Chicago.
- In contrast to traditional rectangular or square designs, the building allows every resident a clear view of the water.
- The building has 220 foundation caissons.
- The building features the world's tallest water wall, measuring 64 feet (19.5 meters) and falling from the top of the 6-story parking garage into a public/private park at ground level.
- On Saturday, March 3, 2007, a 120 concrete truck convoy facilitated a concrete pour of 33,000 cubic feet of concrete.
- This building surpassed One Progress Plaza as St. Petersburg's tallest building when it was topped out in 2008.
- The building's slim design resembles a gossamer sail.
- The slim profile minimizes intrusion upon bayside views of neighboring high-rises.
- Before construction began, the St. Petersburg Times deemed the building's design "one of its (Saint Petersburg's) most unusual" proposals for downtown.
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concrete supplier, crane supplier (construction), developer, electrical contractor, financing, general contractor, geotechnical engineering, landscape architect, real estate agent, water landscape designer
Features & Amenities
- Balconies are available
- Doorman is available
- Exercise facility is available
- Sundeck is available
- Swimming pool is available