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Bank of America Tower

Sixth Avenue & 42nd Street
New York City NY United States
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Status: construction Construction Dates Began 2004 Will finish 2008 Floor Count 53 Floors to Floor 5 m Floor Area 195,096 m² Building Uses - office - theatre Structural Types - highrise Architectural Style - late-modernist - postmodern Materials - glass - steel
Heights Value Source / Comments Spire 365.8 m Elevation Drawing Height to Spire Wind turbine 292.6 m Elevation Drawing Height to Wind Turbine Facade extension 287.7 m Elevation Drawing Height to tip of Curtain Wall Extension Roof 268.6 m Elevation Drawing
Description
- Architect: Cook+Fox

- Ground was broken starting construction on 1 Bryant Park during a morning ceremony on August 2nd 2004. In attendance was Governor Pataki of New York, Mayor of New York Michael R. Bloomberg, and Kenneth D. Lewis, president and CEO of Bank of America.

- Bank of America will be the anchor tenant of 1 Bryant Park, now the Bank of America Tower.

- It is expected that this building will be LEED certified "Platinum" making it the first such skyscraper in the world. To achieve this, the property will feature "green" technology including a deep double-walled insulated facade, rooftop rain collection, filtered under-floor displacement air ventilation, a wind turbine, a 4.6-megawatt cogeneration plant, and a garden. The building will also be built largely of recycled materials and/or have materials sourced from no further than 500 miles from the site.

- The building will feature a spire/antenna that will reach 1200 feet.

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