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Property Spotlight: Fifth Street Towers

05/03/2017, 10:15am CDT
By Be In Business

Get to know the amenities and space available at Fifth Street Towers

The mpls downtown council’s Intersections: The Downtown 2025 Plan and its development committee is focused on helping attract and retain businesses and talent to downtown Minneapolis. Part of that mission is helping spotlight the largest available office space locations in an effort to fill vacancies. This week's spotlight features Fifth Street Towers, located in the heart of downtown Minneapolis. Get to know the space available and how your business could benefit from being located here. To learn more about space availability, please contact Reed Christianson, principal, Transwestern at:

Name of building: Fifth Street Towers

Building Address: 100/150 S. Fifth Street, Minneapolis, MN 55402

Year Built/Renovated: 1985, 1989 / 2017

Number of stories: 25 (100 Tower), 36 (150 Tower)

Open square footage: 832,790 SF

Average floorplate sizes: 17,000 SF

Get to know Fifth Street Towers: Fifth Street Towers are two notable office towers in the core of Downtown Minneapolis with a variety of public transportation nearby. A significant renovation is under way, transforming the common areas in the building and will include a brand new wellness center, complete with lockers and showers, fitness center, fitness studio, mother room, bike hub, tenant lounge, conferencing center, full service restaurant, and rooftop skydeck.

Key business tenants currently located in Fifth Street Towers: Bassford Remele, Bowman & Bourke, Martin Williams, Messerli & Kramer, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance

Fifth Street towers includes the following amenities:

  • Skyway access 
  • Fitness Center 
  • Conference rooms 
  • On-site parking garage 
  • Nearby parking ramp accessibility 
  • Retail shops 

Key restaurants, coffee shops and services (dry cleaning, etc.) available within 2 blocks of the building: Mercury Dining Room, Caribou Coffee, Bep Eatery, Classic Cookie, Subway, Sorrento Cucina, World Café, Asian Max, BANK, Restaurant Max, The Burger Place, Good to Go, Wuollet Bakery, 123 Sushi, Atlas, Allie’s Deli, Potbelly, Starbucks, Greenfield Natural Kitchen (all accessible by skyway).

LEED certified? Yes

Tag(s): Property Spotlights