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Bank of America Plaza


Height: 317m
Location: Atlanta
Year: 1992
Bank of America Plaza (Atlanta)

Scotia Plaza


Height: 275m
Location: Toronto
Year: 2014
Scotia Plaza
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Bank of America Plaza

Bank of America Plaza (Atlanta)
Bank of America Plaza
Height317m
Floors55
Year1992
CityAtlanta

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Bank of America Plaza may refer to: Bank of America Plaza (Atlanta), Georgia Bank of America Plaza (Charlotte), North Carolina Bank of America Plaza (Chicago), Illinois Bank of America Plaza (Dallas), Texas Bank of America Plaza (Fort Lauderdale), Florida Bank of America Plaza (Nashville), Tennessee Bank of America Plaza (New York City), New York (now known as 335 Madison Avenue) Bank of America Plaza (St. Louis), Missouri Bank of America Plaza (San Antonio), Texas Bank of America Plaza (Tampa), Florida Bank of America Plaza (Tucson), Arizona

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Scotia Plaza

Scotia Plaza
Scotia Plaza
Height275m
Floors78
Year2014
CityToronto

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Scotia Plaza is a commercial office complex in the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is in the financial district of the downtown core bordered by Yonge Street on the east, King Street West on the south, Bay Street on the west, and Adelaide Street West on the north. At 275 m (902 ft), Scotia Plaza is Canada's third tallest skyscraper and the 22nd tallest building in North America. It is connected to the PATH network, and contains 190,000 m2 (2,045,143 sq ft) of office space on 68 floors and 40 retail stores. Olympia and York developed the complex as an expansion of the adjacent headquarters of Scotiabank and the bank continues to occupy approximately 24 floors of the structure. Olympia and York owned the complex from its completion until the company was liquidated due to overwhelming debt in 1993. Scotiabank led a consortium of banks to purchase the mortgage for Scotia Plaza and over the next five years, it purchased additional shares from its partners until it was the property's majority owner.On January 19, 2012, Scotiabank announced it would sell the iconic building and on May 22, announced a final agreement with Dundee Real Estate Investment Trust (now Dream Office REIT) and H&R Real Estate Investment Trust for $1.27 billion, making it the last of Canada's major banks to divest ownership of its Toronto headquarters property. In 2016, H&R and Dream sold 50% of the building to KingSett Capital and AIMCo; in 2017, Dream sold its remaining 50% stake in 2017 to the same two companies.

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