WELCOME TO BANK OF AMERICA PLAZA

Bank of America Plaza, built in 1977, is a 20-story office building located on Union Street between 4th and 5th Avenues, in the heart of Nashville's business district. The building’s exterior is a classic architectural design rendered in glass and concrete. The lobby features a dramatic atrium entry with granite floors, wood wall covering with glass panels, stainless steel accents, two large digital directories, security turnstiles to the elevator lobby and numerous inviting seating areas with access to three large screen televisions. 

Bank of America Plaza is closely located to the Nashville MTA, I - 40, I - 65 and I - 24 making the building easily accessible. The location also provides exceptional accessibility to the Davidson County Court House located one block from the building. Additional downtown amenities within walking distance include LP Field, James K Polk Museum, Music City Center, Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant and TPAC. The Doubletree Hotel shares the plaza offering a convenient location for company functions and accommodations for out of town visitors and guests.   

The building offers 20 floor plates with approximately 20,000 rentable square feet per floor. Multiple climate zones located throughout each floor to allow for precise control of heating and air conditioning. Building amenities include Commonwealth Commercial's professional on-site management team, 24 hour manned security, on-site parking garage with valet service for tenant clients and guests, a full service Bank of America branch, two Bank of America ATM's, a conference room with free Wi-Fi, a coffee shop and eight elevators serving the high and low-rise floors.

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