Bank of America Center (Orlando, Florida)

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Bank of America Center
Bank of America Center.jpg
Former names Barnett Bank Center,
NationsBank at duPont Centre
General information
Type Office
Location 390 North Orange Avenue
Orlando, Florida
 United States
Construction started 1985
Completed 1988
Roof 123.14 m (404.0 ft)[1]
Technical details
Floor count 28

The Bank of America Center is a 404 foot skyscraper in Downtown Orlando.

The building is one of the tallest in the city,[2] and is a unique part of the skyline. Its collection of 10 spires gives it an almost gothic appearance, and its staircase design makes it similar in appearance to another Bank of America building in Houston. The building is owned by Cousins Properties of Atlanta, Georgia.


  1. ^ "Bank of America Center". Retrieved 2011-01-16. 
  2. ^ "Orlando's Multi-Spired Bank of America Tower Sold to Parkway Properties - High Rise Facilities". High Rise Facilities. Retrieved 17 January 2015.