|Bank of America Plaza|
|901 Main Street|
Dallas TX United States
|Floor Area||171,312 m²|
| - office|
| - highrise|
| - modern|
| - glass|
| - steel|
| - concrete, reinforced|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Roof||921 ft||Bank of America Plaza's Website|
|Ground level||0 ft|
|Sunken plaza||-18 ft|
|level of sunken plaza at base of tower|
• Architect(s): JPJ Architects Inc., HLM Design.
• Developer: Bramalea Texas
• Main Tenant: Bank of America.
• Others: Brockette Davis Drake Inc., Jackson Walker L.L.P, Kondos Roberts, LeMessurier Consultants, PMK Consultants.
• This was the only phase actually completed of an original four tower plan. A twin tower and other smaller structures were also planned back in the 1980's real estate boom. An early design for the tower featured two additional setback levels at the top.
• At night the building's outline is accented by green argon lighting. The Bank of America Plaza's lighting has become a Dallas icon.
• It is the tallest in city and 3rd tallest in state Texas.
• One of the first buildings in country to receive the in merit efficency the 'Energy Star' award.
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