The Frost Bank Tower was developed by Cousins Properties of Texas.
Building construction began in 2001 and was completed in 2004. This 515 ft office building contains over 525,000 sq. ft. of leasable space. The lower floors of the structure are finished in limestone. The tower is finished in an energy efficient blue glass. This type of glass is only known to have been used on one other building, the Reuters Building at 3 Times Square in New York City. Interesting Facts: The crown of the tower contains more than an acre of glass. Per tradition, tin crosses were embedded in the concrete on every floor. Cousins Properties contends that at the time of its groundbreaking, "this was the tallest building in America to have started construction after the September 11th attacks". This 3D Model developed by BrightGIS. For more information, visit us on the web at http://www.BrightGIS.com