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One America Plaza
General information
Location San Diego, California
Status Complete
Constructed 1991
Use Corporate Offices
Antenna or spire None
Roof 152.4 m
Technical details
Floor count 34
Companies involved
Architect(s) Helmut Jahn of Murphy/Jahn Architects and Krommenhoek/McKeown & Associate

One America Plaza is the tallest building in San Diego, California and a prominent fixture in San Diego's skyline. Located in the waterfront district of Downtown San Diego, One America Plaza is a thirty-four story, obelisk-shaped tower standing 500 feet tall, designed by architects Helmut Jahn of Murphy/Jahn Architects and Krommenhoek/McKeown & Associates. The top of the building bears a striking resemblance to the end of a Phillips-head screwdriver.

One America Plaza is currently owned by The Irvine Company.

The America Plaza trolley transfer station is located on the ground floor of the building between the main building and the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.

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Coordinates: 32°42′58″N 117°10′07″W / 32.716244°N 117.168712°W / 32.716244; -117.168712

Preceded by
Symphony Towers
Tallest Building in San Diego
152 m (500 ft)
Succeeded by
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