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Citizens Bank Building (Tampa, Florida)

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Citizens Bank Building (Tampa, Florida)

Citizens Bank Building
General information
Location Tampa, Florida
Completed 1913
Demolished 1978
Height 145 ft (44 m)

Citizens Bank Building was a building in Tampa, Florida. It is considered Tampa's first high rise and it was 145 ft (44m) tall. The building was completed in 1913, demolished in 1978, and had 12 floors.[1] Tampa architect Fred J. James had an office in the building.

See also


  1. ^ "Citizens Bank Building". Retrieved 2008-07-03. 

Preceded by
Tallest Building in Tampa
Succeeded by
Tampa City Hall
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