‘X’ removed after being installed a top company headquarters
Officials from the San Francisco Department of Building Inspection on Monday morning observed that the new “X” on top of the building formerly known as Twitter’s headquarters was beingaccording to Patrick Hannan, the department’s spokesman.
The news comes after the company was issued a notice of violation (NOV) Friday for work without a permit for thesign, which flashes at night, that adorns the building.
“Over the weekend, the Department of Building Inspection and City Planning received 24 complaints about the unpermitted structure, including concerns about its structural safety and illumination. This morning, building inspectors observed the structure being dismantled. A building permit is required to remove thedue to safety concerns, the permit can be secured after the structure is taken down,” Hannan said in an email to CNN.
“The property owner will be assessed fees for theThe fees will be for building permits for the installation and removal of the cover the cost of the Department of Building Inspection and the Planning Department’s investigation,” he added.