The Bank of America Plaza is a high-rise office building in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. The Bank of America Plaza is the 14th tallest building in Nashville, with 20 stories and a height of 291 ft (89 m).
In 2002, the building's owners, Parkway Properties, announced a complete renovation to the building, significantly altering its appearance. Included in the renovation was the installation of new, blue tinted glass, replacing its original red tinted glass, and the construction of a new plaza around the building.
The building was constructed in conjunction with the Doubletree Hotel building on the same lot, which is much smaller at 12 stories and 124 ft. There is a landscaped plaza connecting the two structures in the middle.
The building was acquired in July 2013 by Virginia-based Commercial Real Estate company, Lingerfelt Companies.