Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Dallas' Tallest Skyscraper Goes Dark for Renovations

Dallas' tallest skyscraper went dark Monday evening for renovations, taking the neon green brightly-lit downtown tower out of the nighttime skyline until November.
The time off will allow the 72-story buildint to undergo part of a multimillion dollar renovation that will replace the neon green lights outlining the tower to more energy-efficient LED lighting, giving the property improved quality and color of lighting.
Other renovations to the 1985-era tower include ground floor retail and other amenities for tenants. Along with Bank of America Plaza, Chase Tower is also undergoing renovations.
This is part of an ongoing trend of renovating aging Dallas office buildings.
The tower's lighting is scheduled for completion by Nov. 22, for the city's memorial of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas.
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Staff Writer-Dallas Business Journal