First National Bank Center (San Diego, California)
|1 Columbia Place|
|Location||401 West A Street
San Diego, California 92101
|Roof||379 ft (116 m)|
|Design and construction|
One Columbia Place, originally named the Columbia Centre, is an office building in San Diego, California. It is the 18th tallest building in San Diego and is a prominent fixture in San Diego's skyline. It is topped by a flagpole flying the largest United States flag in the San Diego skyline.
It has a height of 379 ft (116 m) and is located in the Core district of Downtown San Diego. It occupies the full block between West A Street, West B Street, Columbia Street and State Street. It has 27 stories above ground and three below ground.
The steel-and-glass building utilizes the modern architectural style and has a six-story atrium. It was built in 1982 by developer Doug Manchester. It was renovated in 1993 and 1997. In 2004 it was designated an Energy Star building.
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