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Wells Fargo Place

Coordinates: 44°56′53″N 93°5′45″W / 44.94806°N 93.09583°W / 44.94806; -93.09583
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Wells Fargo Place
Alternative namesMinnesota World Trade Center
General information
Location30 East 7th Street, Saint Paul, Minnesota
Coordinates44°56′53″N 93°5′45″W / 44.94806°N 93.09583°W / 44.94806; -93.09583
Construction started1985
CompletedSeptember 1987
OpeningSeptember 11, 1987
Cost$100+ million
OwnerUnilev Capital Corp
Antenna spire471 ft (144 m)
Technical details
Floor count37
Floor area634,888 sq ft (58,983.0 m2)[1]
Design and construction
ArchitectWinsor/Faricy Architects, Inc. and WZMH Architects
DeveloperOxford Properties
Main contractorPCL

Wells Fargo Place (30 East 7th Street) is an office tower in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States. It stands at 471 feet (144 m) tall, and is currently the tallest building in Saint Paul. It was designed by Winsor/Faricy Architects, Inc. and WZMH Architects, and is 37 stories tall.

The building opened in September 1987.[2] It was formerly known as The Minnesota World Trade Center. Anthrosphere, a large sculpture by Paul Granlund, is in the lobby.[3]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Wells Fargo Place". Skyscraper Center. CTBUH. Retrieved 2017-07-31.
  2. "PCL : Wells Fargo Place". PCL. Retrieved February 24, 2018.
  3. "Shopping for architectural gems in downtown St. Paul". Post Bulletin. Post Bulletin. July 8, 1989. Retrieved February 24, 2018. Alonzo Hauser's The Source is the Rice Park fountain. Louise Nevelson designed Moon Garden Phoenix in painted wood for the Landmark courtille. A poured concrete fountain rests on Hamm Square, neon sculpture decorates the Actors Theatre marquee, and Anthrosphere, by Minnesota artist Paul Granlund, resides in the World Trade Center lobby.