If you've driven around Loop 289 in Lubbock, you've probably noticed the giant pyramid building near Indiana Avenue. The building looks like a pyramid, which is where it gets its Pyramid Plaza name. Sometimes they just nail the name.

The 116,000 square-foot Pyramid Plaza has recently been purchased by a group of local investors who are planning to modernize and update the office building. The renovation will take place over the next few months.

According to a press release from the Coldwell Banker Realty Group, "The renovation of the property includes an elevator modernization program that will begin immediately as well as upgrades to the common areas of the building, a new exterior lighting plan, and parking lot improvements. In addition, individual suites in the building will be remodeled with updated finishes for new and renewing tenants."

The Pyramid Plaza has been in Lubbock since the early 1980s and was once a coveted space for offices in the city. The building has had more vacancies recently, but the new owners hope that the renovations and investment into the property will bring the Pyramid Plaza back to its glory days.

The new Pyramid Plaza will focus on the positive memories that Lubbock has when trying to renovate and will try to make it one of the "most desirable buildings for companies to select for their next office," according to the new owners.

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