The tallest high-rise buildings in Tucson.
|Unisource Energy Tower||1 South Church Avenue||23||1986|
|Tucson House||1501 North Oracle Road||18||1964|
|Bank of America Plaza||33 North Stone Avenue||16||1967|
|Pima County Legal Services||32 North Stone Avenue||16||1967|
|(5151 East Broadway)||5151 East Broadway||16||1975|
|Pioneer Plaza Hotel||100 North Stone Avenue||12||1929|
|Presidio Plaza Hotel / Hotel Arizona||181 West Broadway||12||1974|
|Pima County Administration Building||131 West Congress||11||1967|
|Transamerica Building||177 North Church||11||n.d.|
|Tucson City Hall||255 West Alameda Street||11||n.d.|
|Bank One Building*||2 East Congress||10||1929|
The list was compiled based on the website www.skyscrapers.com which no longer provides this information on that website.
It's difficult to compile an accurate list because buildings are not always identified correctly, the names change, and even newspaper articles have been found to be inaccurate. For example, the article "High-Rise" from Arizona Daily Star, Oct. 23, 2001. Page D5 states that the Bank of America Plaza has 9 floors, however, the Bank of America Plaza has 16 floors.
*Bank One Building was originally known as the Consolidated Bank of Tucson. The building was bought by Valley National Bank in 1935. It was the first skyscraper built in Tucson.
A good source of information about buildings in Tucson is emporis.com.
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