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BofA - Unfortunately, they built it so the main entrance and plaza are on the north side of the building so it's mostly shaded. And it's surrounded by trees so I couldn't get a good overview of the entire plaza, but here it is:
The other side is much brighter, but less inviting (notice the wall that increases in height as the street and sidewalk drop away to the right):
The still-under-construction One Rincon Hill, doesn't even have landscaping yet:
The old PacBell building (aka 140 New Montgomery) is one of my favorites:
All photos by me.
My other car is a Dakota Creek Advanced Multihull Design.
Aon Center, Chicago. The fountain and plaza are sunk one story below street level.
Sears Tower. Office entrance is on west side, on Wacker, and is the curved atrium. Tourist enterence is one the south side of the building, in the Skydeck annex. Behind the annex is an elevated plaza. There's a secondary office entrance on the east side of the tower, along with an underground parking entrance (which always has a posted guard) and 3-4 shops including a WaMu if memory serves.
John Hancock Center, looking out from lobby.
311 S Wacker. The NW corner of the lot has a small public park which is planned to have a tower built on it, which the SW corner parking lot will remain intact (bleah). There is a public lobby (blessedly air conditioned in summer) that you can cut through the site diagonally which opens into an impressive atrium with a restaurant or two in it.