400 South Tryon
|400 South Tryon|
|Location||400 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, North Carolina|
|Owner||Trinity Capital Advisors and DRA Advisors|
|Antenna spire||420 ft (130 m)|
|Floor area||583,911 sq ft (54,247.1 m2)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Little and Associates|
400 South Tryon, formerly called the Wachovia Center, is a skyscraper in Charlotte center city, North Carolina. When it was being built, there were rumors that the developer intended to add ten more floors to pass Bank of America Plaza, and become the tallest building in Charlotte. It is now the 15th tallest building. Construction of the building began in 1972 and was completed in 1974.
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