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Melli Keenan-Esperson built the 32-story Niels Esperson Building as a memorial to her husband, a Danish-born real estate and minerals speculator. In 1939 Mrs. Esperson had Eberson and his son Drew add a 19-story annex to the Niels Esperson Building, which she named the Mellie Esperson Building. The tallest building in Texas when built, the Niels Esperson Building was designed in an Italian Renaissance style. It features a gold-leaf tower topped by an elaborate six-story tiered monument. In the interior can be found terra cotta urns, bronze elevator doors, arabesque obelisks, and extensive use of imported Roman marble. The original design included an adjacent parking garage. Air conditioning was added in 1938. This building won the 2003-2004 Building of the Year Award in the historical category from the Building Owners and Managers Association. The Niels and Mellie Esperson Buildings contain 570,044 square feet combined.
- (0.08 mi)northboundMain Street Square
- (0.09 mi)Central Station Main
- (0.16 mi)EastboundCentral Station Rusk
- (0.18 mi)southboundMain Street Square
- (0.18 mi)WestboundCentral Station Capitol
- (0.19 mi)WestboundTheater District
- (0.21 mi)EastboundTheater District
- (0.26 mi)SouthboundPreston
- (0.32 mi)NorthboundPreston
- (0.37 mi)NorthboundBell
- (0.43 mi)SouthboundBell
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