Historic Preservation


Magnolia Building

108 S. Aka​rd Street

The Magnolia Building is a Beaux-arts influenced steel structure with a limestone finish and detailing. It was built by Magnolia Petroleum, later known as Socony and Mobil Oil. The Flying Red Horse on the roof, erected in 1934, is a symbol of the City of Dallas.​

Ordinance #23371​

​​​Designations:  Dallas Landmark (​1997), ​National Register of Historic Places (1974)

Further Research:
Magnolia Building Landmark Nomination Form
Magnolia Building National Register Form