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Corporate architecture, defined as building features and/or design that reinforce a corporate identity, is prohibited in Midtown. Signs and features that can easily be removed are exempt from this prohibition. Examples of corporate architecture include features such as distinctive roofline designs, window patterns, cladding materials, and other architectural elements that serve as signs to reflect and reinforce a corporate identity or product marketed. Such architecture is difficult to adapt to other uses. As tenants change in these types of buildings, these corporate identity features can negatively impact the character of the area and identity of new tenants. (Ord. 2425, 2022)