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Encyclopedia > Bank of America Plaza

There are several buildings in the United States called Bank of America Plaza:

This article is about the Bank of America Plaza in Atlanta. ... The Bank of America Tower (formerly the CenTrust Tower) is a 47-story, landmark office tower in Miami, Florida. ... Nickname: Location in Miami-Dade County and the state of Florida. ... The Bank of America Corporate Center is an 871 ft (265m) skyscraper in downtown Charlotte, North Carolina. ... The Bank of America Plaza, located at 901 Main Street in downtown Dallas, Texas (USA) is a 72-story modern-styled skyscraper. ... The Bank of American Plaza is a skyscraper located in downtown St. ...

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Bank of America Plaza (Atlanta) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (374 words)
For the Bank of America Plaza located in Dallas, see Bank of America Plaza (Dallas).
Built in only 14 months (one of the fastest construction schedules for any 1,000-foot building), The Plaza's imposing presence is heightened by the dark color of its exterior.
It is sometimes locally referred to as the "pencil building", for its resemblance to a pencil.
Bank of America: Information From Answers.com (1710 words)
Bank of America (BofA) (NYSE: BAC (http://www.nyse.com/about/listed/lcddata.html?ticker=BAC)), based in Charlotte, North Carolina, is the third largest bank in the United States of America, measured in assets.
The Bank of America (BoA) that exists today was the result of the purchase (which was structured as a merger) of the San Francisco-based BankAmerica by Charlotte-based NationsBank in 1998.
Bank of America is currently constructing a massive new headquarters for its New York City operations.
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