Bank of America Plaza

The Bank of America Plaza, an Atlanta icon built in 1992, is the tallest commercial building in the Southeast and the eleventh tallest building in the U.S. The 55-story tower totaling over 1.49 million square feet joined the Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge (ABBC) in 2012 following a feasibility study. The decision was made to pursue LEED as a response to tenant demand for high-performance building offering occupant comfort, a healthy workplace and efficient operations.