U.S. Bank Plaza (Boise)
|US Bank Plaza|
US Bank Plaza in August 2008
|Former names||West One Plaza (1989–95)
Idaho First Plaza (1978–89)
|Location||101 S. Capitol Blvd.
Boise, Idaho, U.S.
|Opening||September 16, 1978 |
|Roof||267 ft (81 m)|
|Floor area||256,197 sq ft (23,800 m2)|
|Lifts/elevators||6 passenger, 1 freight
2 parking garage
|Design and construction|
|Main contractor||EmKay Development
and Realty Co.
The US Bank Plaza is a high-rise building located in Boise, Idaho, formerly the tallest building in the state. Completed in 1978 and renovated in 2004, it rises 267 feet (81 m) spanning 19 floors. It was the tallest building in the state for over thirty years, until recently surpassed by the 290-foot (88 m) Boise Airport Air Traffic Control Tower.
Originally "Idaho First Plaza," the building was the headquarters of the Idaho First National Bank, which was founded in 1867. Built by EmKay Development and Realty Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Boise-based Morrison-Knudsen Co., it opened in September 1978.
In 2000, the building was purchased by the property development firm Unico.
The condensed address of the building is 101 S. Capitol Blvd. Boise, ID 83702.
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