Why Dallas' One Main Place, Just 48 Years Old, Is on Path to Become a Historic Landmark

An unlikely downtown Dallas high-rise is on its way toward becoming an official historic landmark: One Main Place, which is but 48 years old. At the request of the building's New Orleans-based owners, the city's Landmark Commission voted unanimously Monday afternoon to begin designation proceedings. Should the 33-story tower on Main Street, across from Belo Garden, receive the Plan Commission and City Council's blessings, it will become one of downtown's youngest landmarks alongside such elders as the 105-year-old ​Adolphus Hotel and the circa-1943 Mercantile Bank Building.  Continue reading...

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