Originally Posted by KevinFromTexas
What name does it go by now? You aren't talking about Norwood Tower are you?
Yes, he's talking about Norwood Tower, which originally was known as the Norwood Building when it opened in 1930
From Norwood Tower History
In January of 1934, Capital National Bank opened as a “New Deal” bank in the ground level of the Norwood Building.
Purchased by Rust Properties in late 1970s, the building underwent a five million dollar renovation in 1982-83 to bring it up to contemporary standards while preserving its character and original style. The building, which had come to be known as the Capital National Bank Building, was renamed the Norwood Tower
With regards to the proposed building, it's ok, I guess - certainly better than what's there now. My problem isn't so much about the height, but rather the possible colors used on the facade. You can't tell much from a black & white rendering, but it seems as though it may have the same general color scheme as the Ashton and I think we have too many brown buildings in that area already. I'd rather see it done in a color scheme like Spring.