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About U.S. Bank Plaza

Completed in 1981, U.S. Bank Plaza (formerly Pillsbury Center) is a 1.3 million-square-foot office complex owned by U.S. Bank National Association. Its dual office towers contain 22 and 40 stories and are clad in travertine marble and bronze-tinted reflective glass. Serving as an entrance to the complex is a large, eight-story glass-enclosed atrium with a roof composed of six sloping glass prisms. In this area, tenants and visitors have access to a variety of shops, restaurants and services on the ground and skyway levels. Parking for approximately 550 cars is provided in an underground facility.

U.S. Bank Plaza is located in downtown Minneapolis with convenient access to I-35, I-394, and I-94 and is situated on both the light rail and bus lines. U.S. Bank Plaza is located within walking distance of Nicollet Mall, the U.S. Bank Stadium, multiple hotels and is skyway connected to each surrounding building including the Government Center. As such, the building is also linked to the downtown Minneapolis skyway system which includes numerous restaurants, shops, banks, entertainment, lifestyle services, mail services, and health services.

U.S. Bank Plaza Details:

200 & 220 South Sixth Street
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
Owner U.S. Bank National Association
Development Manager Hines Interests Limited Partnership
Architect (Base Building) Skidmore Owings & Merrill
Engineers Structural: Skidmore Owings & Merrill
Electrical: I. A. Naman + Associates
Mechanical: I. A. Naman + Associates
Contractor (Base Building) Kraus Anderson
Building Management Hines
Occupancy Date November, 1981
Number of Floors 40 North Tower (600 ft. tall)
22 South Tower
Range of Available Space 3,000 - 50,000 square feet
Parking 3 floors below grade, 550 space
Elevators 29 modernized cabs and one set of escalators connecting the 1st floor and skyway level
Security On site 24/7
Certifications LEED Gold Certified, Energy Star, Well Health & Safety, BOMA 360

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