One of Portland's most admired sculptures, Hilda Morris's bronze Ring of Time, graces the entryway on the west side of the building.
City's first building to place its parking garage below street level.
The original plans did not include sidewalks on Main and Madison.
The building features a 50-foot weather beacon on atop of the roof; white indicates falling temperatures, red indicates warming temperatures, green indicates steady temperatures, and blinking means it is raining or it is going to rain.
Each level is column-free, as the building floors are held up by the elevator core and an outer frame.
The weather beacon is updated 3 times each day.
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