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Enterprise Plaza

Identification

Enterprise Plaza
First International Plaza, Southwest Bank of Texas, Interfirst Plaza, 1100 Louisiana
117765

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Structure in General

skyscraper
existing [completed]
composite structure
granite
curtain wall
light brown
modernism

Usages

commercial office
shop(s) service branch(es) restaurant parking

Facts

  • The building stands on the site formerly occupied by the Baptist Sanitarium & Hospital.
  • This was the tallest building in Texas from 1980-1982; surpassed by 600 Travis Street in Houston.
  • In 2007, the Monument au Fantôme sculpture was relocated to Discovery Green and in the following year, the plaza was rebuilt to include trees, fountains & other landscaping elements.
  • The building is similar in cladding and form to the 555 California Street in San Francisco, which was designed by the same architects.
  • On 18 August 1983, Hurricane Alicia destroyed 75% of the north-facing windows, thanks in part to a wind tunnel generated by the skyscrapers along Louisiana Street.
  • The building contains a bank securities department, convenience shops, a restaurant, and a small auditorium on the concourse level.

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Location

1100 Louisiana Street
77002
Downtown
Inner Loop East
Houston
Texas
U.S.A.

Technical Data

782.16 ft
755.92 ft
748.00 ft
55
1
1980
27
2,233

Involved Companies


3D/International
MEP engineering, developer, elevator supplier, facade supplier, facility management, general contractor, landscape architect, owner, property management, shell construction

Features & Amenities

  • Pedway access is available
  • Plaza is available to the public