100 Washington Square

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100 Washington Square
100 Washington Square Minneapolis 1.jpg
General information
Coordinates 44°58′52″N 93°15′57″W / 44.98111°N 93.26583°W / 44.98111; -93.26583Coordinates: 44°58′52″N 93°15′57″W / 44.98111°N 93.26583°W / 44.98111; -93.26583
Completed 1981
Height 332 ft (101 m)
Technical details
Floor count 22
Design and construction
Architect Minoru Yamasaki

100 Washington Square is a 332-ft (101 m) tall skyscraper in Minneapolis. It was completed in 1981 and has 22 floors. It is the 26th tallest building in the city. The building was designed by architect Minoru Yamasaki, the same responsible for the design of the World Trade Center in NYC. As with the Trade Center, the exterior of the building is composed of closely spaced load-bearing steel that distributes weight to the core and removes the need for internal support columns. A skyway connects the building to Churchill Apartments, and The Crossings.

ING is the largest tenant.

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