One American Center is a skyscraper in [Downtown Austin](http://www.thesquarefoot.com/tx/austin/downtown-austin-office-space) . The building spans 32 floors and is 394 feet tall, making One American Center the 8th tallest building in [Austin](http://www.thesquarefoot.com/austin/) (and the 3rd tallest office tower). It is located at the intersection of Sixth Street and Congress Avenue making it walking distance to the Capitol and Federal Courthouse. One American Center has a distinctive three-tier tower that is very recognizable in the Austin skyline. Inside the building there is a five story atrium with granite stairways to the mezzanine levels, rose and brown granite flooring, sculptured limestone paneling, and granite columns. John Travolta’s mid-90’s movie “Michael” has a scene with 6th Street in downtown Austin, with the One American Center to the right and Chicago’s Willis Tower to the left.
One American Center has 503,951 square feet of [Austin office space](http://www.thesquarefoot.com/austin/office-space) with floor plates ranging from 4,100 to 36,000 square feet. On-site amenities including a full-service bank, ATM, Starbucks, juice bar, florist, newsstand and sundries shop, document service, deli, and overnight courier drop box. One American Center’s central location provides easy access to Interstate 35 and Mopac Expressway.