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Regions Center (also referred to as the Regions Building) is a 108-meter (354-foot), 28-story skyscraper at 315 Deaderick Street in Nashville, Tennessee. It is the Tennessee headquarters of Regions Financial Corporation. It was completed in 1974. It was originally called the First American Center but the name was changed when First American National Bank merged with AmSouth Bank. A major renovation of the building's ground-level exterior followed the name change.
The AT&T Building (formerly the South Central Bell Building and BellSouth Building, also known as the Batman Building) is a 617 ft (188 m), 33-story skyscraper completed in August 1994 and located in Nashville, Tennessee. The structure is designed as an office tower capable of housing 2,000 workers and as of 2008 is occupied by two companies. It is currently the tallest building in the state of Tennessee.
The Fifth Third Center in Nashville, Tennessee, is a 31-story, 490-foot-tall (150 m) skyscraper. It was constructed in 1986 and is located on Church Street and Fifth Avenue North. It was the tallest building in both Nashville and Tennessee for eight years, until it was surpassed by the AT&T Building in 1994. It serves as the home to Fifth Third Bank's Nashville headquarters.
The James K. Polk State Office Building is a 24-story, 392-foot (119 m) building in Nashville, Tennessee. Completed in 1981, the building was constructed on the site of the Andrew Jackson Hotel and is home to offices for state employees, the Tennessee State Museum, and the Tennessee Performing Arts Center.
The Life & Casualty Tower is a skyscraper in Nashville, Tennessee located at 401 Church Street. It stands 152.5 meters (409 ft) and has 30 floors. It was designed by Edwin Keeble, with structural engineering made by Ross Bryan Associates, and was finished in 1957. It was Nashville's first skyscraper and the tallest in Tennessee until 1965, when 100 North Main Street in Memphis surpassed it. Exterior materials are limestone, granite, and bright green glass windows.
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.
One Nashville Place, also known as US Bank Tower, is a skyscraper in Nashville, Tennessee located on Fourth Avenue and Commerce Street. Completed in 1985, this 359-ft. octagonal building with dark glass exterior has 23 floors. It has been given the nickname R2D2 by the people of Nashville after the character in the Star Wars movies. It is currently the ninth tallest building in Nashville. The top of the building currently features the signage of US Bank, the building's largest tenant.
Palmer Plaza is a 269 foot 18 story skyscraper in Nashville, Tennessee and is named after the company who built it and is headquartered there, Alex S. Palmer & Company. The building features a rooftop fitness center. The ninth floor of the building is home to the Consulate-General of Japan in Nashville.
Signature Tower is a projected mixed-use skyscraper which has been approved for construction in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. Groundbreaking was originally scheduled for 2007, but has been delayed. When completed, it will contain condominiums, office space, a Kimpton-brand Hotel Palomar Nashville, and retail space. The building was originally planned to have 70 stories and stand 1,030 feet (314 m) in height.