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Dallas skyscraper turns off famous green lights

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DALLAS -

A very noticeable part of the Dallas skyline is getting a major facelift.

The Bank of America Plaza turned off its green argon lights Monday night.

The 72-story building opened in 1985 and is getting new LED lights to replace the older lights.

Though the owners haven't confirmed it, the new lights may allow the tallest building in downtown to put on elaborate light displays like those on the new Omni Hotel and Reunion Tower that have become so popular in recent years.

The lights should be turned on again in November.

The building's owners plan to host a lighting ceremony when everything is finished.

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