The all-new GeO-Deck – named for architect Buckminster Fuller’s renowned “geodesic sphere,” the Tower’s iconic shape – offers visitors unparalleled views of Dallas through high-definition zoom cameras and an interactive digital-touch screen display, named the Halo, which will enable visitors to see and engage with Dallas in new ways.
Just above the GeO-Deck is Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck, the widely acclaimed four-star restaurant that will continue to offer a unique dining experience with 360-degree vistas via a revolving floor.
Cloud Nine, also managed by Wolfgang Puck, will offer a casual lunch experience for GeO-Deck customers during the day before converting to a private-event venue for all group sizes each evening. Guests can enjoy seasonal dishes beneath a digital canopy that displays a stylized Texas sky.
The doors of the “new” Reunion Tower will open at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, and Sunday, Oct. 6. Future operating hours, directions and information about parking are available on the Reunion Tower website, www.reuniontower.com.
“We are thrilled to reopen this beloved Dallas attraction,” said Chris Kleinert, chairman and CEO of Hunt Realty Investments, Inc. “For many people around the world, Reunion Tower has become the icon of Dallas. October 5 will mark the beginning of an exciting new era in Reunion Tower’s already celebrated history.”
Reunion Tower is the only observation tower in the country with an adjacent hotel. Visit www.DallasRegency.Hyatt.com for more information or to make reservations.