Dominion Tower (Norfolk)

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Dominion Tower
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View of the tower from over the Elizabeth River.
General information
Status Complete
Type Office
Location 999 Waterside Drive
Norfolk, Virginia 23510
Coordinates 36°50′35.5″N 76°17′16″W / 36.843194°N 76.28778°W / 36.843194; -76.28778Coordinates: 36°50′35.5″N 76°17′16″W / 36.843194°N 76.28778°W / 36.843194; -76.28778
Opening 1987
Height
Roof 340 ft (100 m)
Technical details
Floor count 26

Dominion Tower is one of the major distinctive and recognizable features of Downtown Norfolk, Virginia, United States. Once the tallest building in the Hampton Roads metro area, it is now the tallest building in the City of Norfolk, having been surpassed by the mid-2000s construction of the Armada Hoffler Tower and Westin Virginia Beach Town Center tower in neighboring Virginia Beach. This 26 story tower is named after the state's nickname "The Old Dominion". Its opening and completion took place in 1987 and it is currently used for offices of various corporations.

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