One Mack-Cali Center

One Mack-Cali Center
General information
Type Office
Completed 1983
Roof 252 ft (77 m)
Technical details
Floor count 21

One Mack-Cali Center is a 252ft (77m) tall high rise in Tampa, Florida. The building has 21 floors of which the first three are a parking garage. The buildings main tenant, Raytheon, has kept the building 80 to 90 percent occupied despite vacancy problems in downtown Tampa. The building is also home to the Hillsborough County Law Library and several law firms. In July 2002 it was bought by Decade Properties Inc. for 25 million dollars. It is the 18th tallest building in Tampa.

See also

now called M&I Bank Building Raytheon not in the building any longer Vacancies abound Law Library moved out Fowler-White and Banker, Lopez are now largest tenants.


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