Yes, but if you look at the renderings, the lighting was originally planned for all edges of the projected planes. On my last tour of the building, Gannon mentioned that they were looking at value engineering all or part of the decorative lighting.
I guess Renamerusk will be expressing his opinion of the installation of the Frost "snowflake" logo in the square. I am thinking that the signage will have to go before the DDRB before it is installed.
Earlier, I expressed my opinion - "I have no problem with signage on high rise buildings". We Work has a sign on a high rise building in Austin, Texas and almost every high rise building in Downtown Austin has an illuminated signage on their building. Austin's skyline looks amazing; and quite frankly, there is so much going on there that signage is needed to direct you to your hotel.
The opposition to We Work was predicated on a mid-century tradition that buildings for whatever reason should not have illuminated signage. Its an idiotic tradition that is not in the keeping of modern day marketing and buildings' effort to capture the public's attention.
When Frost's "snowflake" sign comes before the DDRB, their will be a reckoning. The motives of Sundance Square will need to be debated; as is their opposition to the planned AC Marriott Hotel.
Downtown is undergoing a necessary secession from being under the controlled of Bass interests.