SAN FRANCISCO — Video reveals the brightly illuminated ‘X’ sign on the roof of the former Twitter headquarters on Market Street in San Francisco was taken down late Monday morning.
Workers have been noticed taking the sign down Monday morning, about three days after it was put in.
The shiny sign was additionally flashing at evening, which, and prompted a number of complaints. According to Department of Building Inspection spokesperson Patrick Hannan, an inspector tried to get onto the constructing’s roof as complaints rolled in however was twice denied entry.
“I thought it was lightning, and I was very confused. I went to my window, I looked around, I didn’t see anything. I thought it was maybe a police siren,” mentioned resident Patricia Wallinga, who lives throughout the road.
Meanwhile,mentioned that they had opened a criticism and have been investigating the sign set up. According to town, erecting a sign on high of a constructing requires a allow for design and security causes.
Hannan mentioned a allow is required to take away the construction as effectively, however, “due to safety concerns, the permit can be secured after the structure is taken down.” The property house owners can be billed for allow charges for the set up and removing of the sign and to cowl the price of town’s investigation.
There has been a flurry of exercise at the constructing sinceafter Musk repeatedly teased the identify change.
was beforehand stopped by police, saying they hadn’t taped off the sidewalk to maintain pedestrians secure if something fell.