Located on a square block at 30 East Seventh Street in the heart of downtown St. Paul, Wells Fargo Place soars 37 stories in the central business district, making it the tallest structure in the city. The building contains 635,000 square feet divided between the high rise tower and a three-story atrium. Its notable design includes a granite-clad exterior and glass curtain wall and windows. Its premier tenants include the region’s top financial, engineering, insurance, and legal firms, who enjoy a panoramic view of the State Capitol, Mississippi River, and nearby Minneapolis skyline.
Completed a month ahead of schedule, and under budget, Wells Fargo Place was constructed of a cast-in-place concrete structure with 156 spaces of underground parking. It is connected by skyway to St. Paul Town Square, the Minnesota Children’s Museum, and the Seventh Street Parking Ramp. Inside, timeless finishes are found throughout the tower and atrium. The tower’s ground floor is predominantly granite, while the atrium floors are terrazzo and marble. A large domed skylight in the atrium provides excellent day lighting throughout the commons.