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One AT&T Center
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General information
Location 909 Chestnut Street, St. Louis, Missouri
Coordinates 38°37′40″N 90°11′41″W / 38.6277°N 90.1946°W / 38.6277; -90.1946Coordinates: 38°37′40″N 90°11′41″W / 38.6277°N 90.1946°W / 38.6277; -90.1946
Status Completed
Constructed 1986
Use Office
Height
Roof 179m/588 feet m[1]
Technical details
Floor count 44
Floor area 1,400,000 square feet (130,000 m2)
Cost $150 million
Companies involved
Architect(s) Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum
Owner Inland Real Estate Group

One AT&T Center (formerly One SBC Center and, originally, One Bell Center) is a 44-story building in Downtown St. Louis, Missouri that is Missouri's largest building by area with 1,400,000 square feet (130,000 m2).[2] It is located on Chestnut Street on the Gateway Mall.

The building was built to replace the Southwestern Bell Building as the Southwestern Bell world headquarters. However, in a series of mergers the headquarters was to move to San Antonio, Texas and renamed itself for AT&T.

There is still a sizeable work force in St. Louis with the entire AT&T Center solely occupied by AT&T. 4,800 AT&T employees work in the building.

In 2006 Inland American Real Estate Trust, a subsidiary of the Inland Real Estate Group in Chicago bought the building for $205 million. AT&T then signed a 10-year lease to be the sole tenant.[3]

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Preceded by
One US Bank Plaza
Tallest Building in St. Louis
1986—1989
588 feet
Succeeded by
Metropolitan Square
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