The city of Cleveland, Ohio has given final approvals to paint manufacturer Sherwin Williams for a one million-square-foot downtown headquarters. 

The project will have a 616-foot tower, five-story parking garage, two-story pavilion, and two above-ground walkways on nearly seven acres of land, according to Cleveland.com.

The “latest iteration of the designs that Sherwin-Williams unveiled earlier this month includes strips of programmable multicolored light strips in the middle of the glassy tower’s east and west sides and the company’s name in white letters on the same sides,” the article reported. 

The company, buoyed by more than $100 million in public incentives for what is estimated to be a $600 million investment in Cuyahoga County, plans to move its employees from its current headquarters (at another site in Cleveland) and research facilities by the end of 2024.