On Tuesday, February 26, the Bank of America Plaza at Las Olas City Centre (LOCC) became a living work of art as it illuminated the skyline with its new LED exterior lighting system.
From dusk to dawn the ziggurat and exterior façade of the 23-story commercial building in downtown at 401 East Las Olas Blvd boasted colorful lighting that was seen as far as five miles away from all directions. Mayor Jack Seiler and Broward Developer Terry Stiles pushed the proverbial button as the building lit up from ground to peak.
“Our new lighting system pays tribute to the areas vibrant culture and entertainment scene,” said Senior Property Manager Judy Carter. “We are looking forward to contributing to the visitor experience while helping to promote the community and showcasing LOCC as an example of environmentally conscious design.”
LOCC’s lighting program will recognize key milestones, local events, charitable organizations and holidays, including but not limited to Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year’s Eve, Fourth of July and St. Patrick’s Day.
The new lighting system will drastically reduce or eliminate maintenance, the overall carbon footprint of the building, and at its end of life, be completely recyclable.
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