Main and Gervais

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Main and Gervais
General information
Status Complete
Location Main and Gervais Streets, Columbia, South Carolina
Coordinates 34°00′06″N 81°02′03″W / 34.0016°N 81.0341°W / 34.0016; -81.0341Coordinates: 34°00′06″N 81°02′03″W / 34.0016°N 81.0341°W / 34.0016; -81.0341
Completed 2009
Opening 2009
Cost $60 million
Roof 270 ft (82 m)
Technical details
Floor count 19 [1]
Floor area 400,000 sq ft (37,000 m2)
Design and construction
Developer Holder Properties

Main and Gervais is a high-rise building in Columbia, South Carolina. Built in 2009, the tower has light blue glazing and is adorned with columns, giving the building a modern, stylized look. There is also an outdoor dining plaza at the base of the building between its ground and Gervais Street, looking towards the South Carolina State House.[2]

The buildings main use is for commercial purposes. But it also houses a restaurant, service branches and a parking garage. The tower is the third skyscraper to open on Columbia's Main Street in five years, a development that has reshaped downtown Columbia.[3]