|Former names||Shawmut Bank Tower, Worcester County National Bank|
|Location||446 Main Street, Worcester, Massachusetts|
|Roof||289 feet (88 m)|
|Floor area||244,000 sq ft (22,700 m2)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates|
The Worcester Plaza (formerly known as the Worcester County National Bank Tower) is a building located in downtown Worcester, Massachusetts. Its address is 446 Main Street. Designed by Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates, it was completed in 1974, and is currently tied with Sky Mark Tower as the tallest building in Worcester. It stands 289 feet (88 m) tall, is 24 stories high, and has 244,000 square feet (22,700 m2) of total floor space. Its façade is completely glass, similar to the 790-foot (240 m) John Hancock Tower in nearby Boston.
The current building was built instead of a larger, more iconic design announced in 1969 that was never realized. The original design was a 696 feet (212 m) tall, 50 story, slender tower with an angled crown and would have been the "highest standing commercial building in New England.
- Emporis Page on building
100 Front Street
|Tallest Building in Worcester
Tied with Sky Mark Tower 1991—Present
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