Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Headquarters and Operations Center

In 1997, the Minneapolis Fed relocated from the notable Marquette Plaza, known for its suspension cable structure, to the HOK-designed 90 Hennepin Avenue on the banks of the Mississippi River.

To match the surrounding cityscape, the Headquarters and Operations Center relies upon a facade program of brick, stone, and precast concrete, with an expansive curved glass wall looking upon an outdoor plaza.

Year:

1997

Facade Area:

sq ft

Location:

Minneapolis, MN

Market:

Headquarters, Office

Height:

100 ft

General Contractor:

Turner Construction Company

Architect:

HOK
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