200 South Tryon
|200 South Tryon|
|Antenna spire||299 ft (91 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Walter Hook Associates, Inc.|
200 South Tryon is a 299 feet (91 m) tall skyscraper in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was completed in 1961 and has 18 floors. It is the 19th tallest building in the city. Gerald D. Hines Interestspurchased what was then called the BB&T Building in December 1998 and began a renovation process that added another floor which was completed in 2001. and in the process was upgraded to contain all Class B office space.
When completed as the NCNB Building, the building stood as the first glass high-rise in North Carolina. The NCNB Building and the George Cutter Building across the street may have been the state's first Miesian glass and steel skyscrapers. Both buildings were based on the Lever House building in New York City.
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