If you’ve driven down Six Forks Road lately, you’ve probably noticed that the Bank of America Tower (formerly called Tower Two) has topped out, meaning from the outside the building is basically complete. As we’ve mentioned in prior posts, a common misconception about North Hills is that is it “finished” after every new building is built. As is clear by how quickly the Bank of America Tower was built (and the fact that other towers are already in the works), that is certainly not the case. To learn more about the architecture behind this new tower, read our profile on The Bank of America Tower’s architect, Turan Duda here.

Here are some past and present photos of the Bank of America Tower!

Prior to breaking ground, the site for Tower Two (to the left of the CAPTRUST tower) was the location for a small parking lot.

Prior to breaking ground, the site for Tower Two (to the left of the CAPTRUST tower) was the location for a small parking lot.

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The team at Kane Realty had the ceremonial ground breaking for the Bank of America Tower in September 2014.

The Tower should top out at 18 stories by the end of this year, and it will look much like this rendering.

The Tower has topped out at 18 stories, and it looks much like this rendering.

BOA Tower 1

The topped out Bank of America Tower — you can see the reflection of the CAPTRUST Tower.

BOA Tower 2

You can see the finished tower from the Park District between the CAPTRUST Tower and Park and Market.

BOA Tower 3

The Tower at sunset from the Main District.