Fifth Street Towers
|Fifth Street Towers|
|Height||Complex: 504 ft (153 m)
Tower I: 364 feet (4,370 in)
Tower II: 504 feet (6,050 in)
|Floor count||Complex: 36
Tower I: 26
Tower II: 36
The Fifth Street Towers is a complex of two buildings in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Fifth Street Towers I was completed in 1987 and is 356 ft (108 m) tall and has 26 floors. Fifth Street Towers II was completed in 1988 and is 504 ft (153 m) tall and has 36 floors.
It was purchased in 2007 by a UK-based company, StratREAL for $294 million on behalf of an unnamed client but sold in May 2012 for $110 million following a mortgage default by the borrower. The borrower was Interventure Capital Group, acting on behalf of Prince Abdul Aziz bin Fahd, youngest son of the late King Fahd of Saudi Arabia
- "2006 Annual Report." MAIR Holdings. Retrieved on August 16, 2011. "150 South Fifth Street, Suite 1360 Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402"
- Stephen Foley (6 June 2012). "Revealed: Saudi royals' secret $1bn US empire - Business News - Business". The Independent
- Rowena Mason (12 October 2010) http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/banksandfinance/8057153/Tory-donor-Pierre-Rolin-accused-of-stealing-30m-from-Gulf-investor.html Daily Telegraph
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