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Wells Fargo Center (Tampa)

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Wells Fargo Center (Tampa)

Wells Fargo Center
387,477 Square Foot Class A Office Building in Downtown Tampa
General information
Status Renovations Underway 2013
Type Office
Location 100 S. Ashley Drive, Tampa FL 33602
Completed 1985
Owner Joint Venture of Feldman Equities, Inc. and Tower Realty Partners
Management Tower Realty Partners
Height
Roof 311 ft (95 m)
Technical details
Floor count 22
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Wells Fargo Center, formerly the Wachovia Center, is a 311-foot (95 m) high rise in Tampa, Florida anchored by Wells Fargo & Company, Phelps Dunbar and UBS. It was completed in 1985 and has 22 floors. Under new ownership in 2013, the building is undergoing a renovation of the fitness center, parking garage and common areas including the restrooms and corridors. The building received Gold LEED certification in 2010. It was originally known as First Union Plaza until the bank merger in 1993. It is the 13th tallest building in Tampa.[2]

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