The Bank of America Tower is a skyscraper in downtown Jacksonville, Florida, United States. It is the tallest building in Jacksonville, and the ninth-tallest in the state of Florida (the tallest eight all being in Miami). It was built as the headquarters of Barnett Bank and originally named Barnett Center, but the name was changed in 1996 when Barnett was acquired by NationsBank, which soon merged with Bank of America.
Debt appears to be the “one ring that rules them all” of this emerging order. And if that is the case, it’s likely to be much more like the old sharecropper system of the post Civil War era, where poor whites and blacks were kept on a debt treadmill that turned them into slaves in all but name.
55 California Street, formerly Bank of America Center, is a 52-story skyscraper in San Francisco, California. It is the second tallest building in the city, the largest by floor area, and a focal point of the Financial District.
Bank of America Plaza is a , 23-story office building located at Las Olas City Centre in downtown Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The structure was finished in early 2003, and contains a parking garage which is located on the second to sixth floors, a small retail mall, and a Bank of America—the building's namesake tenant—on the ground floor. It currently stands as the fifth tallest building in Ft. Lauderdale.
The Bank of America Plaza is a , 40-story skyscraper in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is the 5th tallest in the city. It contains of rentable area of which of retail space, and the rest office space.