Syracuse, N.Y. — The Axa title has come off Axa Towers, a 19-story downtown Syracuse landmark since they had been constructed within the late 1960s and early 1970s.
The Axa signal has been faraway from the dual workplace towers, leaving for the second no title on the constructing. The corporate didn’t reply Friday to an inquiry from syracuse.com | The Put up-Commonplace, however a brand new signal with the title Equitable is anticipated to go up quickly.
Axa Equitable Holdings Inc., the towers’ anchor tenant, dropped the title Axa in January, rebranding itself as Equitable Holdings.
The insurance coverage conglomerate was based by Henry B. Hyde in 1859 as The Equitable Life Assurance Society of america. It was acquired by the French firm AXA S.A. in 1992. Axa ceased being the corporate’s majority proprietor when it accomplished a secondary public providing in March 2019.
This would be the third title for the towers. They had been named MONY Towers after they had been constructed. Axa acquired MONY Group in 2004.
The towers have 685,000 sq. ft of workplace, retail and industrial area.
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