SunTrust International Center

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SunTrust International Center
SunTrust International Center building, Miami.jpg
SunTrust International Center from the southwest
General information
Type Office
Location Southeast 1st Street Miami, Florida, United States
Coordinates 25°46′26″N 80°11′20″W / 25.773994°N 80.188769°W / 25.773994; -80.188769Coordinates: 25°46′26″N 80°11′20″W / 25.773994°N 80.188769°W / 25.773994; -80.188769
Construction started ?
Completed 1973
Opening 1973
Roof 375 ft (114 m)
Technical details
Floor count 31

The SunTrust International Center is a building in Downtown Miami, Florida, United States. It is located in the heart of the Central Business District, on Southeast 1st Street near 3rd Avenue. It is one block west of Biscayne Boulevard. The tower rises from a six-story parking pedestal, and consists of 31 floors. It is 125 m (375 ft) in height, which gives it a very low position on the list of tallest buildings in Miami. However, as the building opened in 1973, it appears in most photos of the Miami skyline, and is one of the more famous buildings in the city. However, due to the completion of 50 Biscayne, the tower is obstructed if seen from Biscayne Bay. The building is the Miami headquarters of SunTrust Bank and is almost entirely composed of Class A office space.

Nearest Metro-Mover station: Inner Loop, Bayfront Park

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