LaSalle Plaza

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LaSalle Plaza
LaSalle Plaza Minneapolis 1.jpg
General information
Architectural style Post Modernism
Location Minneapolis, Minnesota
Address 800 LaSalle Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55402
Coordinates 44°58′35″N 93°16′30.5″W / 44.97639°N 93.275139°W / 44.97639; -93.275139Coordinates: 44°58′35″N 93°16′30.5″W / 44.97639°N 93.275139°W / 44.97639; -93.275139
Completed 1991
Cost $58,100,000
Owner Zeller Realty Group
Height 386 ft (118 m)
Technical details
Floor count 30
Design and construction
Architect Ellerbe Becket, Inc.
Main contractor Mortenson

LaSalle Plaza is a 386-ft (118 m) tall skyscraper in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It was completed in 1991 and has 30 floors. It is the 20th-tallest building in the city. A skyway connects the building to the Highland Bank Court / Residence Inn by Marriott, LaSalle Apartments, the University of St. Thomas, and Target. Tenants include Robins Kaplan LLP. Recently, regional sports network FOX Sports North moved its offices and studios to the building.


Current restaurants include fine dining establishments Capital Grill and Crave America. Great food and drinks are also available at Rock Bottom Brewery, Erberts and Gerberts, Green and the Grain, and Dunn Brothers Coffee.


The historic and vibrant State Theatre with its beautiful interior anchors the west side of the building with its entrance facing Hennepin Avenue. Also on the west side of the building is hanging art called Top Hat by Staton G. Sears. it is a giant mobile of a head and a hat. On the east side between the LaSalle Avenue doors is a piece of art called Totem Pole by George Morrison.

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