Chase Tower

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Chase Tower, formerly the El Paso National Bank Tower and the Texas Commerce Bank Tower, is the site of many law and bank offices. Red lights and a ghostly woman in a red dress have been seen on the upper floor.

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Geographic Information

201 East Main Drive
El Paso, Texas
United States

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31.761095386564044, -106.48676973580223
El Paso County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
El Paso, TX (0.2 mi.)
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