Bank of America Plaza (Tucson)

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Bank of America Plaza
Bank Of America Plaza Downtown Tucson, AZ (W. Pennington), 2007-04-02.jpg
Bank of America Plaza, tallest building in Tucson 1977-1986
General information
StatusComplete
TypeOffice
Location33 North Stone Avenue, Tucson, Arizona, United States
Coordinates32°13′21″N 110°58′18″W / 32.22247°N 110.97170°W / 32.22247; -110.97170Coordinates: 32°13′21″N 110°58′18″W / 32.22247°N 110.97170°W / 32.22247; -110.97170
Completed1977
Height
Roof262 ft (80 m)
Technical details
Floor count16 Stories
Floor area220,004 sq ft (20,439.0 m2)[1]

The Bank of America Plaza is a high-rise office building which was built in 1977 and is located in Downtown Tucson, Arizona. It took over the top spot from the Pima County Legal Services Building, which was the tallest building from 1967-1977. It was the tallest building in Tucson from the time of its completion in 1977 until 1986, when the UniSource Energy Tower was completed.[2] It is located at 33 North Stone Avenue, at the southwest corner of Stone Avenue and Pennington Street[3] The Bank of America Plaza is one of three major skyscrapers in the downtown Tucson area that compose the highest part of the city's skyline, the other two being the UniSource Energy Tower and Pima County Legal Services Building.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bank of America Plaza". Skyscraper Center. CTBUH. Retrieved 2017-08-27.
  2. ^ http://tucsoncitizen.com/morgue/2007/05/17/51844-private-tenants-in-county-s-bank-of-america-tower-moving/
  3. ^ http://www.thepepper.com/top10_office_building.html

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Preceded by
Pima County Legal Services Building
2nd Tallest Building in Tucson
1977-1986
262ft
Succeeded by
One South Church