This is the first new project constructed on Lancaster Avenue after the removal of the old I-30 Overhead and the narrowing of the street. The building is constructed on the north side of Lancaster, directly across the street from the United States Post Office. The building will have ground floor retail and four floors of apartments above. The lead tenant in the building, and for which the complex is named, is Pinnacle Bank. The upper levels will contain 130 apartments, and the actual name of the apartments are 250 Lancaster, named after the address. Parking for the building is achieved by a multi-level parking garage that was built across the old W. 15th Street right-of-way to the north. Skybridges connect the parking with the apartments. The building pays tribute to the T&P Railway Terminal and the Post Office across the street. The architects for the project were JHP Architectural/Urban Design with Ibañez Architecture providing consulting.