One Nashville Place
|One Nashville Place|
One Nashville Place
|Location||150 Fourth Avenue North
|Owner||Triple Net Properties|
|Roof||359 ft (109 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Morris Architects (formerly Morris-Aubry)|
One Nashville Place is a skyscraper in Nashville, Tennessee located on Fourth Avenue and Commerce Street. Completed in 1985, this 359-ft. octagonal building with dark glass exterior has 25 floors and has been given the nickname R2D2 by the people of Nashville after the character in the Star Wars movies. It is currently the tenth tallest building in Nashville.
The top of the building currently features the signage of Regions Financial Corporation. The new logo was put into place on May 12, 2013. Several other now-retired banks have seen their logos at the top, including Dominion Bank (acquired by First Union), First Union (which sold its presence in Nashville to Firstar), and Firstar (which acquired, and later became, US Bank). Regions has made a move to One Nashville Place and now has their logo on top of One Nashville Place.
- Regions Financial Corporation
- Professional Credential Services 
- Lassiter, Tidwell, Davis, Keller & Hogan, PLLC
- Merrill Lynch
- Neal & Harwell
- CB Richard Ellis
- Ernst & Young
- Manier & Herod
- Agency for the Performing Arts 
- Nevin Batiwalla (Sep 26, 2012). "Regions Bank to move Nashville HQ to One Nashville Place". Nashville Business Journal. Retrieved June 28, 2013.
- "Crews Hoist Massive New Signs Onto Downtown High-Rise". 12 May 2013. Retrieved 14 June 2013.
- "Sources: Boston investors buying Nashville office tower for nearly $100M - Nashville Business Journal". Nashville Business Journal. Retrieved 2015-05-29.
- "Regions confirms Nashville move, talks about why a new high-rise didn't work out".
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