The Lamar Building skyline.
A celebrated landmark on the skyline of The Garden City, The Lamar Building in the heart of Downtown Augusta.

A celebrated landmark on the skyline of Augusta, The
Lamar Building in the heart of the Historic Downtown, offers
some of the finest office space in the Aiken-Augusta
Metropolitan Area. 

Its Downtown location provides very convenient access to all
of the prime residential areas throughout the Metropolitan Area,
as well as the Augusta Airport at Bush Field.  It is
within walking distance of a host of services and
attractions, including a broad variety of restaurants, banks,
postal services, salons, retail shops, art galleries, theatres
and museums. 

The tallest structure in Augusta, The Lamar Building is one of the most historic and architecturally-significant buildings

The Lamar Building
The Lamar Building.

in the Southeastern United States. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Built in 1913, this classic and impressive sandstone and brick structure is capped by a unique 1970’s glass penthouse designed by the world-famous architect I.M. Pei.  In many ways, the modern glass penthouse, juxtaposed upon this classic structure, is reflective of Pei’s world-renowned pyramid within the Lourve in Paris.  

The Lamar Building has spacious and attractive suites throughout its nineteen stories. All of the offices are unique – some with terraces and planters, and more than the usual number of corner offices with unmatched views of the beautiful Savannah River and the historic city.  The building amenities include a café, full service conference rooms, drop boxes for U.S. Mail and Federal Express, full janitorial service and state-of-the-art internet access. 

The Lamar Penthouse provides a unique space for meetings, conferences, and receptions.

Today, it is the home of a wide range of professional businesses and community service groups. Tenants include lawyers, accountants, real estate firms, software developers, non-profit organizations and educational institutions.