The Bank of America Tower is a 47-story office skyscraper located in Miami, Florida. It is considered as one of the landmark buildings in the city and is currently its 8th tallest building.
Bank Of America Tower History
The Bank of America Tower was initially for the CenTrust Savings and Loan. The skyscraper was designed by Pei Cobb Freed and Partners. Preliminary planning started in February 1980 with the construction of the garage started by November. The tower construction began in 1983, a year after the garage has been completed. The tower was finished by February of 1987.
Bank Of America Tower Features
The Bank of America Tower stands 191 meters or 625 feet tall. It contains 47 stories which is composed of a 10-story parking garage and a 37-story office tower. The tower contains a total of 108,000 sq meters or 1,160,000 square feet of space both for office use as well as for the garage.
The Bank of America Tower is known to have the world’s only elevated metro station located inside a skyscraper. The building is also known for its luxurious interiors which include a skylobby on the 11th floor that is covered with marble and gold. The Bank of America Tower is also known for its elaborate illumination at night time as well as for its unique and distinctive three tiered glass facade.