The Concord Center is an 11-story, 145 foot-tall (44m), Class-A office building located in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. The building is located on the site of the former Jefferson County Courthouse, which was Birmingham's first skyscraper. The two 30-foot illuminated pyramids atop the building are meant to reflect the two pyramids that were atop the former Jefferson County Courthouse.
The site of the Concord Center is located on what was once the site of Birmingham's first skyscraper, the former Jefferson County Courthouse. The former Jefferson County Courthouse building was built in 1889 and occupied the site until it was torn down in 1937, having been replaced in 1929 by the new Jefferson County Courthouse building.
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