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Bank of America Plaza

Identification

Bank of America Plaza
One NCNB Plaza, One Bank of America Plaza
121699

Map

Structure in General

skyscraper
existing [completed]
steel
glass
curtain wall
blue
modernism

Usages

commercial office

Facts

  • Located in the main plaza is a large bronze sculpture entitled "Il Grande Disco," which represents industry and was created by Arnoldo Pomodoro.
  • Tallest building in North Carolina from 1974 - 1988, surpassing Charlotte's Two Wells Fargo Center.
  • Constructed atop the site once proposed for the Hotel Independence Square.
  • The tower is set at a 45 degree angle from South Tryon Street.
  • This tower does not have a numbered thirteenth floor.
  • Originally proposed in December 1971 as a 36-story tower.
  • Hexagonal shape set back 90 feet from East Trade Street.
  • Surpassed the One Wells Fargo Center (originally One First Union Center) as the city's tallest in 1974.

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Location

101-133 South Tryon Street
112-132 South College Street
101 South Tryon Street
28280
Uptown
Charlotte
North Carolina
U.S.A.

Technical Data

503.02 ft
503.02 ft
503.02 ft
40
1972
1974

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