Bank of America Center | 700 Louisiana, Houston, TX
Designed by the world-renowned architectural team of Philip Johnson and John Burgee, the building was developed by Gerald Hines and completed in 1983. Rising 56 stories high, Bank of America Center is comprised of two buildings. The 56-story office tower fronts Smith Street while the smaller banking hall fronts Louisiana Street. The tower is divided by two major setbacks into three segments, giving it the appearance of three adjoining buildings, measuring at its largest points 777 feet high by 110 feet wide. The expansive banking hall is approximately 12 stories high at the peak of its gabled roof, but contains only two inside levels. It creates a street level presence that echoes the detailing of the tower.
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