- Height: 402
|Nashville City Center||Nashville||402 ft.||27||1988|
Nashville City Center is a 27 story office tower that was designed by Hugh Stubbins, architect for the Citigroup Center in New York City. In August 2008, the tower was sold to Miami-based Paramenter Realty Partners for $84 million opening up the possibility the second phase of this project, Nashville City Center II, would begin. Tenants include First Tennessee bank and the Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts.
|U.S. Bank Tower||Sacramento||402 ft.||46||2008|
This article is about the building in Sacramento. For the skyscraper in Los Angeles, see U.S. Bank Tower (Los Angeles) The U.S. Bank Tower (also called 621 Capitol Mall) is a 25 story, 402 foot (123 m) tall building in Sacramento, California. The office tower is located at 621 Capitol Mall and was completed in early 2008. U.S. Bank bought the naming rights and 34,000 square feet (3,100 square meters) of office space. The building's architect is Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum, Inc.
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