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|Republic Center Tower I|
|300 North Ervay Street|
Dallas TX United States
| - residential|
| - highrise|
| - modern|
| - glass|
| - steel|
| - aluminium|
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- Architect: Harrison & Abramovitz
- The rocket shaped spire was meant to be a focal point for Downtown Dallas and attract customers. Plans originally called for a replica of the Statue of Liberty to stand atop the building.
- Tallest building in Dallas from 1954 to 1959, surpassed by the Southland Center (Sheraton Dallas Hotel) this however, is not counting the spire.
- Once one of the must sucessful office projects in Dallas, the Republic Center Tower I has since been vacated, Gables Residential purchased the building in 2003 and is converting it into residences.
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