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Regions-Harbert Plaza

 

Regions-Harbert Plaza

Regions-Harbert Plaza
General information
Status Complete
Type Class-A Office Building
Location 1901 6th Avenue North Birmingham, Alabama, USA
Construction started 1987
Completed 1988
Opening 1989
Cost US$110 million
Owner S.L. Regions LLC
NKP Alabama Owner LLC
Management Harbert Realty Services
Height
Antenna spire 437 feet (133 m)
Top floor 32
Technical details
Floor count 32
Floor area 615,000 sq ft (57,135 m2)
Design and construction
Architect Hellmuth, Obata and Kassabaum
Developer Harbert Corporation
Main contractor Brasfield & Gorrie

The Regions-Harbert Plaza is a 32-story, 437-foot-tall (133 m) office building located in Birmingham, Alabama. The building was originally known as the AmSouth-Harbert Plaza, but was renamed on July 13, 2007, following the merger of the building's largest tenant AmSouth Bancorporation with Regions Financial Corporation, which is also based in Birmingham. The 31st floor contains the private Summit Club. The base of the building contains a 70,000-square-foot (6,500 m2) retail center. Regions leases 200,000 square feet (19,000 m2) in the building, making it the largest tenant.

History

The Regions-Harbert Plaza is a Class-A office building located in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. The building was built in 1989 as a multi-tenant office building for Harbert Corporation. Harbert owned the building from 1989 until 2008 when the Harbert family sold it. The building was designed by the architectural firm Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum and constructed by general contractor Brasfield & Gorrie. The building's foundation was built to accommodate the addition of a future 18-story tower above the retail area. The building also connects to the adjacent Regions Center through the mezzanine level of the building.

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