Union Bank of California Building

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Union Bank of California Building
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Alternative names Southern California First National Bank Building
California First Bank Building
General information
Type Commercial offices
Architectural style International style
Location 530 B Street
San Diego, California
Coordinates 32°43′03″N 117°09′35″W / 32.717514°N 117.159738°W / 32.717514; -117.159738Coordinates: 32°43′03″N 117°09′35″W / 32.717514°N 117.159738°W / 32.717514; -117.159738
Construction started 1967
Completed 1969
Height
Roof 118.26 m (388.0 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 27
Design and construction
Architect Tucker Sadler Noble Castro Architects
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The Union Bank of California Building is a 27 storey 118.26 m (388.0 ft) skyscraper in San Diego, California, completed in 1969. For twenty years, the tower stood as the tallest building in the city, until the completion of the 152 m (499 ft) Symphony Towers in 1989.

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