The AT&T building (tallest building to the left of the Bank of America building) has lost its AT&T logo, replaced by a logo for the building's new name, Tower Square. Photographed Wednesday, September 16, 2009. Bita Honarvar, email@example.com
The blocky, white-colored, 677-foot tower isn’t glamorous, but it became an Atlanta landmark when it opened in the early 1980s as Southern Bell Center. The phone company had planned to build the tower one block east, which would have required demolishing the Fox Theatre. After a public outcry to save the Fox, the building site was moved to its present location.
A local group that’s planning a new healthcare innovation district has considered the complex at 675 West Peachtree Street for office space, according to industry sources.
Across the street, railroad operator Norfolk Southern is building a new headquarters and the Indianapolis-based health insurance company Anthem has opened an office for its tech workers nearby.