|Former names||First Indiana Plaza, M&I Plaza|
|Location||135 N. Pennsylvania St.|
|Town or city||Indianapolis, Indiana|
|Roof||401 ft (122 m)|
|Structural system||Steel beam with composite concrete and metal deck|
|Floor area||673,000 square feet (62,500 m2)|
|Design and construction|
|Architecture firm||3D International (Houston, Texas)|
|Main contractor||Duke Construction|
|Parking||390 spaces on levels 2-6 & basement|
BMO Plaza, formerly the M&I Plaza, is a high-rise office building located at 135 North Pennsylvania Street in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was completed in 1989 and is currently the sixth-tallest building in the city, at 401 ft (122 m) with 28 stories. It is primarily used for office space. At 432,300 square feet, BMO Plaza is the ninth-largest office building downtown, according to IBJ statistics. Tenants include BMO Harris Bank, U.S. Department of Defense and General Electric Capital Services.
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