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|Bank of America Building|
|231 South LaSalle Street|
Chicago IL United States
|Floor Area||95,483 m²|
| - office|
| - highrise|
| - neo-classical|
| - steel|
| - limestone|
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Architect: Graham, Anderson, Probst & White
-The ground level retail arcade was renovated around 1990, and runs through the entire building with entrances on Clark, Jackson, and LaSalle.
- The main entrance is an Ionic portico, which complements the Corinthian and Doric columns of its neighboring buildings.
- A grand three-story banking hall rises from the second floor, ringed by 28 large marble columns.
- Encircling the banking hall above the pillars is a frieze by Jules Guerin titled "A Testimonial to World Trade". It depicts symbolic figures representing different nations, with the World Columbian Exposition as a background.
- On 11 October 1883, at the Grand Pacific Hotel on the site of this building, the four time zones of the continental United States were formally adopted at a meeting of railroad industry leaders.
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