Andrew Jackson State Office Building is a skyscraper in Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.. It was designed in the International Style by Taylor & Crabtree, and completed in 1969. Its construction cost $10 million. Initial tenants in 1970 included the "Tennessee Department of Personnel, Revenue and Corrections, Higher Education Commission, Industrial Development, and some branches of the State's Comptroller's Office" as well as the Tennessee Department of Safety. It was named for President Andrew Jackson. The adjacent Rachel Jackson State Office Building is named for the first lady.
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