Like this building on Facebook
|1301 Riverplace Boulevard|
Jacksonville FL United States
|Floor Area||50,351 m²|
| - office|
| - restaurant|
| - fitness center|
| - highrise|
| - modern|
| - glass|
| - steel|
| - concrete|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
Design Architects: Welton Becket and Associates, KBJ Architects
Contractor: The Auchter Company
• Jacksonville's 5th tallest building as of 2008. When it was completed in 1967 the Riverplace Tower was the tallest building in the state of Florida, it would stay so until the completion of the One Biscayne Tower in Miami in 1972. As for the tallest in Jacksonville, it would stay so until 1974 when surpassed by the Modis Tower.
• When it was completed in 1967, the Riverplace Tower world's tallest pre-cast, post-tension concrete structure. Most of the building's structural support is on the exterior, leaving more space for the interior.
• The building is home to the University Club, one of Florida's premier private clubs. The University Club is located on the 27th floor.
• The Riverplace Tower's sinage atop the building originally read Gulf Life from 1967 to 1991, when it was changed to SouthTrust. When SouthTrust merged with Wachovia the sign was changed to Wachovia in 2005.
• Google Search
|Welton Becket & Associates|| - ||Architect|| |
Do you see any incorrect data on this page? Please let our editors know of any corrections you can make by posting them in the Database Corrections section of the discussion forum (open to the public).
Terms & Conditions
All content displayed on and contained within this page is subject to Skyscraper Source Media Inc.'s Terms and Conditions. No content displayed on this page may be reproduced, in whole or in part, without prior written permission by Skyscraper Source Media Inc. All content © Copyright Skyscraper Source Media Inc.