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Williams Tower was developed by the Hines Company in 1983. Its location is adjacent to the popular Galleria Center. Williams Tower can simply be described as dramatic. This 64-story, 1.4 million-square-foot office tower is a product of the award-winning architectural team of Philip Johnson and John Burgee.

The design of the tower was primarily made to provide the tenants with all the advantages of a private facility. And to maximize land value, additional multi-tenant speculative space was added to the Williams Tower. The building functions as two buildings stacked one on top of another, each with its separate elevators, lobbies and garages. This was thoughtfully done in order to meet the tenant's requirements.

Looking at the Williams Tower, one can also see a soaring 88-foot-high granite arched entry, an adjacent three-acre park with a 64-foot water wall, a helipad and a revolving beacon of light atop its peaked roof. All features only adding drama to the building.
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