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Wells Fargo Place

Identification

Wells Fargo Place
Minnesota World Trade Center
128078

Map

Structure in General

skyscraper
existing [completed]
concrete
caisson foundation
glass
granite
curtain wall
brown
dark blue
postmodernism
forced air
normal floors
yes

Usage

commercial office
mercantile parking

Facts

  • This building is connected by skyway to Town Square, Macy's St. Paul, the Minnesota Children's Museum, and the World Trade Center Ramp.
  • Renderings released before and early in the construction process showed two prominent spires of unknown height.
  • The building was renamed Wells Fargo Place on May 15, 2003.
  • The former Minnesota World Trade Center has a large retail mall on the lower levels. The mall struggled to retain tenants in the 1990s, and Wells Fargo Bank had taken over much of this space for office space by 2003.
  • Wells Fargo Place is the tallest building in St. Paul. Follow this link ( Globe Building ) to begin a timeline of the tallest buildings in the city since 1887.

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More Information

Location

429-453 Cedar Street
428-450 Wabasha Street
30 East 7th Street
55101
U.S.A.

Technical Data

471.18 ft
471.18 ft
37
1985
1987
6
158

Involved Companies

Design Architect:

Architect:

Also recorded for this building:

construction company, developer, facade engineering, foundation company, general contractor, mechanical engineering, owner, parking management, property management, real estate agent, structural engineering, surveyor

Features & Amenities

  • One of the city's famous buildings
  • Atrium is present
  • Skybridge link to next building