SunTrust Building (Nashville)
|Location||201 4th Avenue North
|Owner||Sterling American Property, Inc|
|Roof||292 ft (89 m)|
|Floor area||250,566 sq ft|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Brush, Hutchison, & Gwinn|
The SunTrust Building, also known as the 4th and Church Building, is a high-rise office building in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. The SunTrust Building is the 13th tallest building in Nashville, with 20 stories and a height of 292 ft (89 m).
Although the building retains the SunTrust name, it is no longer owned or occupied by SunTrust.
This building was built as the headquarters for Third National Corporation in 1968, and was designed by Brush, Hutchison, & Gwinn. It was previously known as the Third National Bank Building, prior to the SunTrust acquisition of Third National Corporation, and eventual name change in 1995.
The original tenant was Third National Corporation of Nashville, which became a subsidiary of SunTrust, who vacated the building to move to SunTrust Plaza.
A popular current tenant is the Nashville City Club located on the 20th floor.
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