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100 North Tampa, formerly known as the Regions Building and the AmSouth Building, is a skyscraper in Tampa, Florida, USA. Rising to a height of 579 feet (176 m) and 42 floors in Downtown Tampa, the structure currently stands as the tallest building in Tampa and the ninth-tallest building in Florida. 100 North Tampa was designed by the HKS, Inc. architectural firm, headquartered in Dallas, Texas.
The Rivergate Tower is a 454ft (138m) tall skyscraper in Tampa, Florida and is the sixth tallest building in Tampa, currently leased by Sykes Enterprises. Because of its cylindrical shape, it is often referred to as the Beer Can Building by local residents. It was constructed from 1986 to 1988 and has 32 floors. Designer Harry Wolf based its measurements on the Fibonacci series. The building was originally known as NCNB Plaza and was the state headquarters of NCNB Ba.
SkyPoint is a 361ft (110m) high rise in Tampa, Florida. It was constructed from 2005 to 2007 ad has 32 floors. Preston Partnership, LLC designed the building, which is the 9th tallest building in Tampa. It has 381 units and 10,500 square feet (980 m) of retail space. William “Wild Bill” Stroup BASE jumped off the building on March 6, 2007.