Once the building was in the hands of Dr. Lucky Chopra from Landmark Hospitality, the Chandelier was installed and the lighting was updated. Eugene T. Heiner’s unique building design features alternating colors in the arches and angles, resulting in contrasts of depth, color, and shape. The W.L. Foley building is built in a similar classical revival style that Heiner used for the Cotton Exchange building, but instead it has lighter colored brick. Houston architecture in the 19th and 20th century typically featured cast-iron columns supporting a canopy lining the front of the building, which is found on the Kennedy-Foley building. The Post-Benner Bar-Back wall was designed to reflect the hanging bulbs of varying lengths, each one glistening like a firefly.