333 South Hope Street

New Downtown

Los Angeles, CA 90071

  • 16,698 sqft
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Bank of America Plaza (formerly known as Security Pacific Plaza) is an iconic part of the Downtown Los Angeles skyline. Located in the Bunker Hill neighborhood of DTLA, the tower was completed in 1974 and rises 55 stories (735 feet). Upon its completion, the tower’s main tenants included Security Pacific National Bank, Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton, and Capital Group Companies. Bank of American Plaza is the fifth-tallest building in the city of Los Angeles and one of the top 100 tallest buildings in the country. In 2009, the tower had the highest assessed value of any piece of commercial real estate in Los Angeles County. Upon its construction, the skyscraper was unique in that each of its four sides faced true cardinal directions – north, south, east, and west.

When the tower opened in 1974, it bore the logo of Security Pacific Bank. However, this logo was removed in 1992 when Security Pacific Bank was acquired by Bank of America. The plaza’s interior offices and exterior grounds have been prominently featured in several films, including The Towering Inferno, Pretty Woman, and The Muppets.

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