Marquette Plaza is an architectural landmark defined by its unique “catenary” arch design located in the downtown Central Business District of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Formerly known as the home of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, this Class A 522,656 square foot office building is a monumental presence and boasts credit tenancy, superior quality design, state-of-the-art infrastructure, 36,000 square foot open floor plans, column-free design, convenient skyway connection, and a 1.5 acre landscaped public park located on the west side of the building.
The building was originally constructed in 1972 as the headquarters for the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and featured a groundbreaking support system which includes 16 catenary cables strung between two towers. These cables worked much like the cables of a suspension bridge and gave the property its signature U shape on the front of the building. Under new ownership in 1997 the property went under a multi-year renovation and addition which was completed in 2002. These renovations transformed Marquette Plaza into one of the finest Class A properties in Minneapolis.
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