A sort of planted moat runs around three sides of the building, allowing rooms in the first basement to be naturally lighted.
During the 2007 to 2009 renovation, the precast concrete facade was removed, floorplates were slightly extended beyond the building's original footprint and a transparent glass facade was installed, increasing luminosity by 42% inside the tower.
As part of the revonation, the former mechanical floors (26th and 27th) have been converted into office levels, and mechanical equipment has been relocated on the roof.
Prior to the 2009 renovation, the building was called 'Tour Franklin'.
The tower features a triple-height lobby (first basement, ground and second floors), leading to two secondary lobbies which respectively house the low-rise and high-rise elevator banks.
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