|Location||801 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States|
|Management||Cushman & Wakefield/Northmarq|
|Antenna spire||320 ft (98 m)|
|Roof||276 ft (84 m)|
|Floor area||416,000 square feet (38,648 m2)|
McGladrey Plaza is a 320-foot (98 m) tall skyscraper in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Formerly known as Midwest Plaza, it was completed in 1969 and has 20 floors. In May 2011, the building was renamed McGladrey Plaza after its largest tenant, McGladrey. It is the 30th-tallest building in the city and is located on Nicollet Mall. At the time of its completion, the building was the fifth-tallest structure in Minneapolis and the city's second-tallest post-World War II high-rise, behind Canadian Pacific Plaza. The building is skyway connected to The Metro Apartments, the Medical Arts Building and the IDS Center.
The building was bought by United Properties, a commercial real estate company, in December 1994. The structure has a floor area of 416,000 square feet (38,600 m2) and an 870-space parking ramp. Major tenants of the building include McGladrey, Clorox, Colgate-Palmolive, Dial Corporation, and Portico Benefits.
McGladrey Plaza served as the home of the fictional WJM-TV station of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, an American sitcom that was broadcast on CBS from 1970 to 1977. The opening title sequence was filmed nearby on Nicollet Mall.
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