This sleek, twenty-story office tower serves as the headquarters for the Norfolk Southern Corporation, one of the nation's largest railroads. Rising from a trabeated base of polished marble, the polygonal tower is sheathed in reflective glass and set back in stages. The building appears particularly handsome at night when subtle floodlighting is directed at horizontal bands of reflective metal coping on the third, fourth, eighth, and fourteenth floors.
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Norfolk Southern Tower
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