1000 Louisiana Street
Wells Fargo Plaza
Houston, TX 77002
- 10,048 sqft
- ArchitectSkidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
- Walk Score®97
- Year Built1983
- Notable TenantsDynegy; Wells Fargo; Targa Resources
The Wells Fargo Plaza located at 1000 Louisiana Street in [Downtown Houston] (http://www.thesquarefoot.com/houston/office-space/downtown-houston) is the city’s second tallest building. The structure is a sleek skyscraper comprised of two quarter circular shaped cylinders made of steel and aqua blue glass. The Wells Fargo Plaza was designed and execute by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and opened in 1982.
The building’s tenants include PricewaterhouseCoopers, Morgan Lewis as well as the building’s namesake. The Wells Fargo Plaza is situation above the Houston Tunnel System and tenants can use this network to move freely around the Downtown area for meetings and lunch runs all while avoiding the oppressive heat outside.
The building is surrounded by Houston’s only sunken plaza which is a pleasant gather spot for tenants. High above the plaza two beautifully designed sky lobbies with marble floors offer terrific views of the Downtown and the city’s surrounding areas.
The facilities amenities include a café, premium fitness center, FedEx & UPS overnight services and banking services at the Houston Tunnel System level.
Along with the building’s access to the Houston Tunnel System it is also conveniently located near I-49 for tenants that may commute by car.
|Partial Floor 71 Suite||10,048 sqft||Inquire for pricing|