Energy Tower (Midland, Texas)

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Energy Tower at City Center
Record height
Preceded by Bank of America Building
Surpassed by Present
General information
Status Never built
Location 303 W. Wall St.
Midland
Coordinates 31°59′53″N 102°04′35″W / 31.998061°N 102.076254°W / 31.998061; -102.076254Coordinates: 31°59′53″N 102°04′35″W / 31.998061°N 102.076254°W / 31.998061; -102.076254
Construction started 2013
Completed 2015 (planned)
Opening 2015
Cost Approx. $300-$350 Million
Owner Energy Related Properties
Height
Roof 870 ft (270 m)
Technical details
Floor count 59 (1 underground retail and 5 basement floors)
Floor area 990,275.79 sq ft (91,999.631 m2)
Lifts/elevators 27
Design and construction
Architect Michael Edmonds of Edmonds International
Developer Energy Related Properties
Other information
Parking Underground parking

Energy Tower at City Center was a skyscraper proposed for the city of Midland, Texas. The old Midland County courthouse would have been demolished to make way for the skyscraper.

History[edit]

Energy Tower was planned to stand at 870 feet tall with 59 floors (6 floors below ground). Had it been built, the building would have been the sixth-tallest building in Texas.[1][2]

The developers canceled the pending purchase agreement for the old Midland County Courthouse property, where they planned to build the project on September 10, 2014.[3]

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