‘X’ removed after being installed atop company headquarters following Twitter’s rebrand

– The San Francisco Department of Building Inspection observed the removal of the new "X" sign from Twitter's former headquarters.

– The company was issued a notice of violation for installing the sign without a permit.

– The sign, which flashed at night, received 24 complaints, including concerns about structural safety and illumination.

– Building inspectors witnessed the structure being dismantled on Monday morning.

– A building permit will be required for the removal, but it can be secured after the structure is taken down due to safety concerns.

– The property owner will be assessed fees for the unpermitted installation of the illuminated structure, including building permits and investigation costs.

The new illuminated "X" sign installed on top of Twitter's former headquarters in San Francisco was being dismantled

dismantled by officials from the Department of Building Inspection after the company received a notice of violation for work without a permit.