Feb 08, 2012
Bank of America Plaza sold in foreclosure auction
08 Feb 2012
Posted by Andrew Kantor
Talk about rife with symbolism: The Bank of America plaza in Atlanta — the tallest building in the South — has been repossessed by its lender in a foreclosure auction.
Note that it’s just symbolism, though. Bank of America is one tenant of the building, but it was owned by a L.A.-based BentleyForbes, which stopped making payments (aka, strategically defaulted) in December.