Wells Fargo Plaza (El Paso)

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Wells Fargo Plaza
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Wells Fargo Plaza lit at night as a Christmas Tree during the holiday season
General information
Status Complete
Type Class A Office Space
Location 221 North Kansas Street
Completed 1971
Roof 296 ft (90 m)
Top floor 21
Technical details
Floor count 21
Design and construction
Architect Charles Luckman and Associates

The Wells Fargo Plaza is a high-rise skyscraper located on 221 North Kansas Street in Downtown El Paso, Texas, United States. It opened as the State National Bank Plaza on October 25, 1971. It is 296 feet (90 m) tall. It is designed in the International Style.

The tower sits on a base three stories high, then rises to its full height. The repetitive angular windows add another International Style element of blocky appearance and expression of structure.

The tower is lit at night with 13 horizontal white lines. A U.S. Flag design is used during patriotic holidays, and a Christmas tree design is used during the holiday season. The letters "UTEP" are used during the football and basketball season for the University of Texas at El Paso, and, less frequently, the Texas Tech University logo is also used.

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Preceded by
Chase Tower (El Paso)
Tallest Building in El Paso
Succeeded by

Coordinates: 31°45′36″N 106°29′10″W / 31.7601°N 106.4860°W / 31.7601; -106.4860