Bank of America Center Houston
Completed in 1983, Bank of America Center is a 56-story, 1.5 million-gross-square-foot office tower with an adjacent 12-story (125-foot-high) banking hall. The neo-Gothic building, designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee, is clad in Napoleon red granite and reflective glass. The dramatic gabled roofline has become a major feature of the Houston skyline.
The block bounded by Louisiana, Capitol, Smith and Rusk streets
Philip Johnson/John Burgee
Net Rentable Area
1,268,480 sq. ft.
(117,842 sq. m.)
Bank of America
Mayer Brown LLP
Simmons and Company International
Weil, Gotshal & Manges
Associated Landscape Contractors of America Awards 1991
BOMA Award 1988
BOMA Award 1987
Rush Durkin, Senior Property Manager