Wells Targo Tower
Standing at the highest point of Bunker Hill in Downtown Los Angeles, the Wells Fargo Tower, along with its sister building the KPMG Tower, occupies a prime location at the heart of the city:
Location: Los Angeles
Year built: 1982
Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Net Rentable Square Feet: 1,380,519
Patrick J. McRoskey
Jennifer L. Stone
Josh G. Wrobel
The 54-story Wells Fargo Tower and the 45-story KPMG Tower, two trapezoidal office towers clad in a rare granite, offers office, retail and storage net rentable areas, as well as a parking area. Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the Wells Fargo Center, which includes the two towers, won the prestigious Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) ‘Office Building of the Year’ award for 1986-1987, as well as numerous other architectural awards.
The centerpiece of Wells Fargo Center is an elegant, three-story, glass-enclosed atrium. The atrium links the two towers and showcases one of the most significant sculpture collections in Southern California, as well as an extensive array of restaurants and specialty shops.
The Wells Fargo Center’s amenities include Nick & Stef’s Steakhouse, California Pizza Kitchen, Court Café, California Crisp, Le Petite Boulangerie, Taipan, Pentolino and McDonald’s. Specialty shops include Mrs. Field’s Cookies, Rocky Mountain Chocolate and Starbucks. The Wells Fargo History Museum displays artifacts, maps and an authentic Abbot-Downing Concord stagecoach from the 1890s.