Renaissance Riverview Plaza Hotel

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Renaissance Riverview Plaza Hotel
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The Renaissance Riverview Plaza Hotel has a spire designed after that of the RSA Battle House Tower.
Renaissance Riverview Plaza Hotel is located in Alabama
Renaissance Riverview Plaza Hotel
Location within Alabama
General information
StatusComplete
TypeHotel
Location64 South Water Street, Mobile, Alabama
Coordinates30°41′30.24″N 88°2′22.19″W / 30.6917333°N 88.0394972°W / 30.6917333; -88.0394972Coordinates: 30°41′30.24″N 88°2′22.19″W / 30.6917333°N 88.0394972°W / 30.6917333; -88.0394972
Completed1983
Opening1983
Height
Antenna spire374 feet (114 m)
Roof277 feet (84 m)
Technical details
Floor count28
Design and construction
ArchitectTAG Architects
DeveloperAdam's Mark
References
[1][2]

The Renaissance Riverview Plaza Hotel, formerly known as the Adam's Mark Hotel,[2] is a high-rise hotel in the U.S. city of Mobile, Alabama. Completed in 1983, the building rises 277 feet (84 m) and 28 stories.[2] The Renaissance Riverview Plaza Hotel is the second-tallest building and largest hotel in Mobile[1] and the tallest hotel in the state of Alabama.

Upon its completion, the 374-foot (114 m) and 277-unit Adam's Mark Hotel[1] became the second-tallest hotel in Mobile, after the 325-foot (99 m) Mobile Marriott, and the third-tallest building in the city. The building later fell to fourth-tallest upon the 1994 completion of the 325-foot (99 m) City-County Administration Building. The building underwent a $5 million renovation (USD) in 2002, and in 2008 a large spire was constructed over the existing structure.[1] The spire was designed to complement the spire of the RSA Battle House Tower; in shape and design, the two structures are nearly identical.[1] With the addition of the spire, the Renaissance Riverview Plaza Hotel reached a new height of 374 feet (114 m),[2] allowing it to surpass the Mobile Marriott and City-County Administration Building to become the second-tallest building in the city and the tallest hotel in the state.

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  1. ^ a b c d e "Renaissance Riverview Plaza Hotel". Emporis.com. Retrieved 2009-07-17.
  2. ^ a b c d "Adam's Mark Hotel". SkyscraperPage.com. Retrieved 2009-07-17.