There is an old joke that tells the truth about most people - "don't tell me to drive north or south, give me a landmark like a bank or a grocery store." In a small town, this adage works because there is usually only one of that type of bank or store. In a large city, this type of direction can be complicated because there might be several banks on a block. Imagine for a minute - a large building with almost two miles of green lights around the outside in the middle of Dallas. It would be an understandable reference point for locals and visitors alike.
DYK the Bank of America Plaza is the tallest building in Dallas and was originally referred to as "The Pickle" because of the green argon lighting. The argon system was later updated with LED lights by Turner Construction.
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