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Hearst Tower

214 North Tryon Street
Charlotte NC United States

Status:built
Construction Dates
  Began1999
  Finished2002
Floor Count47
Floor Area148,644 m²
Building Uses
 - office
 - museum
 - parking garage
 - restaurant
 - retail
Structural Types
 - highrise
Architectural Style
 - postmodern
Materials
 - steel
 - aluminium
 - granite
 - concrete

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Roof659 ft

Description
Architect: Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates - http://www.srssa.com/

Charlotte's third tallest building, built at a cost of $200 million. Its signature look is created by progressive flaring out of the building near the top creating a larger upper floors than the lower. Features a street level plaza, multiple floors of attached parking, and numerous other street level shops. A later addition to the design, the 60,000 square foot trading floor for Bank of America, is located on the top two floors of the low rise wing and features a large exterior facing glass wall and 50 foot ceilings.

Street Level Businesses:
- Fuel Pizza
- Showmars
- Modern Salon & Spa
- SoHo Bistro
- Panini European Cafe
- Blue Restaurant and Bar

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