U.S. Bank Plaza (Minneapolis)

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US Bank Plaza
US Bank Plaza 1 Minneapolis 1.jpg
Former namesPillsbury Center
General information
LocationMinneapolis, Minnesota
Address200 South 6th St.
Coordinates44°58′38″N 93°16′4″W / 44.97722°N 93.26778°W / 44.97722; -93.26778Coordinates: 44°58′38″N 93°16′4″W / 44.97722°N 93.26778°W / 44.97722; -93.26778
Current tenantsFredrikson & Byron,

U. S. Bank, Ernst & Young, CliftonLarsonAllen, Grant Thorton,

Henson & Efron
Completed1981; 38 years ago (1981)
HeightComplex: 561 feet (171 m)
US Bank Plaza I: 561 feet (6,730 in)
US Bank Plaza: 321 feet (3,850 in)
Design and construction
Architecture firmSkidmore, Owings & Merrill

The US Bank Plaza is a two-tower high-rise building complex in Minneapolis, Minnesota. US Bank Plaza I is a 561-foot (171 m) tall, 40-floor skyscraper. US Bank Plaza II is a 321-foot (98 m) tall, 23-floor skyscraper. Originally called Pillsbury Center, the complex was completed in 1981. The complex has a 500 car parking garage below and is connected by skyway to the Capella Tower, Hennepin County Government Center, Canadian Pacific Plaza, and the McKnight Building. Tower I served as the corporate headquarters of the Pillsbury Company from its 1981 completion until Pillsbury's acquisition by General Mills in 2001. The name of the building subsequently changed to US Bank Plaza the summer of 2004. The towers are clad in travertine marble and have bronze-tinted reflective windows.

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