The IDS Tower, downtown Minneapolis, viewed from the Nicollet Mall entrance, looking up to the top.
Heralded by the New York Times as “one of the finest skyscrapers built in any American City”, IDS Center is more than a landmark, it is the centerpiece of the downtown Minneapolis skyline. World renowned architect Philip Johnson completed this award winning architecture in 1972 and it remains one of the most prominent properties west of the Mississippi River. Containing over 2 million SF, IDS Center’s mixed-use post-modern design is comprised of a 57-story office tower with an 8-story annex, 2-story retail center and the 19-story four diamond, Marquette Hotel (owned/operated by Hilton Properties), all surrounding an enclosed indoor 8-story, 24,000 SF Crystal Court.
Shot with my Canon PowerShot SX20 IS