WICHITA FALLS, TX - Some of the glass from the original Zales building in downtown Wichita Falls once again is shining light into the building.
Crew spent months refurbishing the glass that was designed by famous architect Frank Llyod Wright.
Downtown development officials say they're now one step closer to seeing the building once again open for retailers.
Crews have been working for two years on the building, which has been vacant for about that long.
Besides installing the glass, the most recent work they've been doing is on the two end units of the building.
"We've been here two years, and we're finally getting to see a little bit of the finished product. It's been a long time coming," John Dickinson with the Downtown Development Board said.
Dickinson says most of the outside of the building will soon be finished.
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