View of the tower occupied under the name Priatek
|Former names||Bank of America Tower
Barnett Bank Tower
|Alternative names||One Progress Plaza|
|Location||200 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg, Florida|
|Roof||117.65 m (386.0 ft)|
|Floor area||300,000 sq ft (28,000 m2)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Jung Brannen Associates|
Priatek Plaza (also known as One Progress Plaza) is a 28-story skyscraper designed by Jung Brannen Associates located at 200 Central Avenue in downtown St. Petersburg, Florida. It was completed in 1990, and at 117.65 m (386.0 ft), it is the tallest building in the city, tallest building in Pinellas County, and has the largest tenant occupancy in a commercial office building on the entire South West coast of Florida. The tower was formerly known as the Bank of America Tower, and One Progress Plaza. On September 18, 2015, Kucera Properties announced that the tower would be renamed Priatek Plaza after the company Priatek. Priatek, who occupies about 8,000 square feet on the 23rd floor of the tower, had moved its headquarters into the tower after Kucera Properties had offered them an undisclosed amount. The official dedication ceremony for the new plaza's name was held on September 17. 2015. Other major tenants located in Priatek Plaza include Subway, Merrill Lynch, American Express Serve, Raymond James, and iQor.
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