The exterior wall elements are of precast concrete and limestone.
The building's cladding is precast concrete wall panels with inset stone.
The three-story atrium lobby features murals by artist Richard Piccolo depicting Sacramento's history in polished marble and limestone.
Sold to the Shorenstein Company in January 2003 for US$112.5 million. That was the highest price paid for a Sacramento building since the Wells Fargo sold in January 2000 for US$129 million to Cornerstone Properties of New York.
This tower is designed to emulate the great art deco skyscrapers of the 1920's.
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