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510 Marquette Building

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Identification

510 Marquette Building
Federal Reserve Bank Building, National City Bank Building
122688

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
steel
caisson foundation
limestone
applied masonry
light brown gray
early modernism

Usages

commercial office

Facts

  • This building was the original home of the Ninth District of the Federal Reserve Bank. It moved to a daring new building, now called Marquette Plaza, in the mid-1970s.
  • The building is connected by skyway to the The Westin Minneapolis.
  • The original Cass Gilbert building has been remodeled out of existence. A tower was added in 1955 by Larson & McLaren; the base was remodeled in 1974 by Cerny & Associates with Lawrence Halprin. The facade now appears in the spirit of mid-20th century modernism: articulated by a dense rhythm of light colored pilasters alternating with dark-colored vertical strips of windows.

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Location

500-510 Marquette Avenue, 51-75 5th Street South
510 Marquette Ave, 75 5th Street South
55402
Downtown West
Central
Minneapolis
Minnesota
U.S.A.

Technical Data

212.83 ft
211.79 ft
192.79 ft
178.54 ft
13.50 ft
116.00 ft
153.33 ft
14
2
1921
1955
1974
6

Involved Companies

Cass Gilbert

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1974

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