Wells Fargo to spend $300M to build 2 towers near Vikings stadium

  • Article by: JANET MOORE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 20, 2013 - 9:53 AM

The bank confirmed that it has committed to spending $300 million to build two 17-story office towers near the new Vikings stadium.

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j218963Dec. 19, 13 1:37 PM

Great news and confirmation! So good to hear the final news. Will be a great new area and development. Thanks to all for the commitment and energy to this project.

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EleanoreDec. 19, 13 1:46 PM

I thought it was the people's stadium? We'll it was when "those people" were trying to push this boondoggle on the state. Now the truth comes out eh?

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thoma02Dec. 19, 13 1:47 PM

Oh gosh... please do not refer to it as the "Twin Towers" any more. It's too tied to 9/11.

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mspshadowDec. 19, 13 2:24 PM

Do they still plan to occupy the current Wells Fargo Tower?

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kivirl4Dec. 19, 13 2:51 PM

twin towers? 17 stories? If they are going to do somehting called Twin Towers, do it right and have each tower 60 stories or more to surpass anything else we have hear. Towers of 60 floors or more are what is necessary to be consideered a major league city afterall, wihtout 60 story towers, we are a cold Des Moines, as they say

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elmore1Dec. 19, 13 2:53 PM

The naming "Twin Towers" really is in bad taste. How about dual, two or a couple a towers?

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scubadoo68Dec. 19, 13 3:02 PM

Nice to see Minneapolis growing and moving forward. Not all metro areas can claim this.

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lspoonerDec. 19, 13 3:08 PM

FANTASTIC! So much for all u anti-stadium folks that say no development would occur! This area will be the pride & joy of the State!!

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lspoonerDec. 19, 13 3:13 PM

Not bad for the 1st, of many fantastic developmental projects,if not for the new stadium! THANK U STAE LEADERS!!

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jjjamesDec. 19, 13 3:31 PM

Oh, well, then it's OK to put taxpayers on the hook for hundreds of millions to build a stadium and give all the meaningful revenue streams to a private business.

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