Park Tower (Sacramento)
Park Tower is a 380-foot (120 m) skyscraper in Sacramento, California, completed in 1991. The 26-story tower was the tallest in the city when completed. The building was named U.S. Bank Plaza until U.S. Bank moved to U.S. Bank Tower in 2008. Previously owned by the Shorenstein Company, the building was bought by Hines in 2017.
|Location||980 9th Street|
|Roof||380 ft (120 m)|
|Floor area||414,000 sq ft (38,500 m2)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Kaplan McLaughlin Diaz|
|Structural engineer||Buehler & Buehler Associates|
|Main contractor||Turner Construction|
Park Tower viewed from Cesar E. Chavez Plaza
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- Park Tower at Structurae
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