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Bank of America Plaza (Tampa)

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Bank of America Plaza
Bank of America Tampa.jpg
Former namesBarnett Plaza
Alternative names101 Kennedy Boulevard
General information
TypeCommercial offices
Location101 East Kennedy Boulevard
Tampa, Florida, U.S.
Coordinates27°56′48″N 82°27′33″W / 27.94660°N 82.45928°W / 27.94660; -82.45928
Completed1986
Height
Roof175.87 m (577.0 ft)
Technical details
Floor count42
Floor area20,000 sq ft (1,900 m2)per floor, 783,930 rsf total
Design and construction
ArchitectHKS, Inc.
Odell Associates

The Bank of America Plaza is a 42-story skyscraper located in Downtown Tampa, in the U.S. state of Florida, and was completed in 1986. At 175.87 m (577.0 ft), it surpassed One Tampa City Center as the tallest building in Tampa, until completion of 100 North Tampa in 1992. The structure was originally known as Barnett Plaza.[1] The structure contains around 20,000 square feet (1,900 m2) of rentable space per typical floor[2] with a total of 783,930 square feet (72,829 m2) of rentable space.[3]

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Plane incident

On January 5, 2002, just four months after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, 15-year-old amateur pilot, Charles Bishop, stole a Cessna plane and flew into the Bank of America building in Downtown Tampa. While it killed him, there were no other injuries (because the crash was on a Saturday, when few people were in the building). A suicide note found in the wreckage expressed support for Osama bin Laden.[4] Bishop had been taking a prescription medicine for acne called Accutane that may have had the side effect of depression or severe psychosis.[5] His family later sued Hoffman-La Roche, the company that makes Accutane, for $70 million; however, an autopsy found no traces of the drug in the teenager's system.[6]

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Preceded by
One Tampa City Center
Tallest Building in Tampa
1986–1992
176m
Succeeded by
100 North Tampa
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