There is a P10 Class helipad atop the building, measuring 24x24 meters.
The total number of floors was increased from 32 to 35, but when construction resumed (in 2007) the top four floors were demolished, reducing the building height to 28 floors. Only then the 7 new floors were built.
Floorplates were designed to support up to 500kg/m² of cargo load.
Banco Santander bought the building, which is home to its Brazilian headquarters, for R$1.06 billion (US$650 million), the largest sum of money ever payed for a building in Brazil at the time.
There is one parking space for every 30m² of office space in the building.
An auditorium and six meeting rooms are located at entrance floors 1-3.
The building is LEED certified.
The entrance lobby features an 11.35 meter tall atrium.
Floorplans have 2750m² of leaseable area.
The central core is a square with sides of 27.5 meters each.
In March 2007 a crane was assembled atop the building, the same month that construction resumed after several years on hold.