- Situated just a few blocks away from the Park Plaza in Downtown Dallas, the Dallas City Hall is a majestic and very modern piece of architecture. Constructed by architects Theodore Musho and I.M. Pei, the building resembles an inverted pyramid. The city hall stands as the seat of Dallas's civic and government operations. Spread over seven floors, the Dallas City Hall has 1,400 workstations with very high partitions as a separator. The main area of the building is the second floor which is rightly named as the Great Court because of its high vaulted ceiling and 250 feet length. The building also houses a conference center and an state-of-the-art auditorium. The place is surrounded by the City Hall Plaza which is often used for open air events, protests, speeches and rallies.
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