Bank of America Center is the focal point of San Francisco's skyline and its business community.
A signature building designed by renowned architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and Wurster, Bernardi & Emmons, it is a monument to San Francisco's bold natural landscape and one of the most recognized buildings in the United States.
Bank of America Center is located in the heart of San Francisco's financial district, with easy access to retail and residential centers, as well as public transportation.
Tallest building west of the Mississippi River from 1969-1972 until surpassed by the Transamerica Pyramid.
World Headquarters until a recent merger with NationsBank and subsequent move to Charlotte, NC.
Served as the location for the entrance area scenes of the 1974 film "The Towering Inferno", starring Paul Newman.
In the mid-1980's, BofA sold its namesake building to San Francisco real estate magnate Walter Shorenstein for $660 million, at the time the largest sum paid for a building in the United States.
September 22, 2005: property purchased by Hudson Waterfront Associates of New York for $1.05 billion, and with it came the name change to 555 California Street from Bank of America Center.
Designed with thousands of bay windows, a city heritage even the biggest building in the city enjoys.
In September 2005 the building was sold for $1.05 billion to Hudson Waterfront Associates' Henry Cheng and Vincent Lo, a record for the city.
This is the fifth tallest building on the west coast of the United States.
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