This view of the Phoenix Financial Center shows what the other side of that tall, curved building looks like. Those gold vertical piers break up the glass windows facing onto the manicured grounds below. The original tenant was Western Savings, a now defunct savings and loan bank. Western Savings was a victim of the Savings and Loan crisis of the 80’s. In the photo you can see a balcony about half-way up the tower. In 1964, the building only rose to that point. The second half was added four years later. Supposedly, the architect’s original vision called for another tower mirroring this one and encircling the center core. The two buildings would have served as tall brackets for the two small round buildings in front.