Westin Virginia Beach Town Center

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The Westin Virginia Beach Town Center
Westin Virginia Beach Tower
General information
Type Hotel, Residence
Location 4535 Commerce Street
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462
Coordinates 36°50′32″N 76°8′3.6″W / 36.84222°N 76.134333°W / 36.84222; -76.134333Coordinates: 36°50′32″N 76°8′3.6″W / 36.84222°N 76.134333°W / 36.84222; -76.134333
Construction started 2006
Completed 2008
Opening November 28, 2007
Cost $98 million
Height
Antenna spire 508 ft (155 m)
Roof 413 ft (126 m)
Technical details
Floor count 38
Lifts/elevators 3 for hotel floors, 2 for residence floors
Design and construction
Developer Armada Hoffler

The Westin Virginia Beach Town Center is a 38 story high rise hotel and living residence in Virginia Beach Town Center. The 4 star hotel is the bottom half of the 38 story building and the upper stories are the residents' homes. There are 119 condominiums in the top floors ranging from 900 to 4,000 square feet (370 m2). The building was built throughout 2006 and 2007. Upon completion, it became the tallest building in Virginia, surpassing the James Monroe Building in Richmond.[1][2]

Colonial-Webb was the mechanical contractor.

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