Edison Plaza

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Edison Plaza
General information
Status Complete
Type Office
Location 350 Pine St.
Beaumont, Texas
Coordinates 30°05′08″N 94°05′50″W / 30.0855°N 94.0972°W / 30.0855; -94.0972Coordinates: 30°05′08″N 94°05′50″W / 30.0855°N 94.0972°W / 30.0855; -94.0972
Completed 1982
Owner Albanese Cormier Holdings
Roof 254 ft (77 m)[1]
Technical details
Floor count 17
Floor area 425,198 sq ft (39,502.2 m2)[2]
Lifts/elevators 10

The Edison Plaza is a 17-story office building in downtown Beaumont, Texas, located at 350 Pine St. The building is downtown's newest and tallest skyscraper.[3] Originally built by Gulf States Utilities as its headquarters, it serves as the Texas headquarters for its successor, Entergy, Texas; however, Entergy no longer owns the building and leases four floors only out of the 17 in the building. It is erroneously called "The Entergy Building" but its correct name is still Edison Plaza. On the grounds of the Edison Plaza is the Edison Museum. As of November 2015, Capital One acquired signage rights to the building.[4]