Target Plaza South
The lights of Target Plaza South at night.
|Current tenants||Target Corporation|
The building was designed by architects Ellerbe Becket of Minneapolis and was completed in 2001. It is connected via an eighth-floor walkway to the 14-story Target Plaza North and contains retail space on the street level with three levels of parking below ground. The building is notable for the colorful 3M-designed lighting display in its upper floors, which change frequently to present a unique light show that is visible in the Minneapolis skyline at night.
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