Wells Fargo Plaza (Houston)

Wells Fargo Plaza is the name of the second highest skyscraper of the city of Houston (after the 305 -meter high JPMorgan Chase Tower ) and is currently in 16th place of the tallest buildings in the United States. The 302 meter-high skyscraper was, Owings and Merrill designed by the architectural firm Skidmore, and built between 1979 and 1983.

Since he first was owned by Allied Bank, he was only known as Allied Bank Plaza, through the acquisition by the First Interstate Bank, the name changed to First Interstate Bank Plaza, which then in turn with Wells Fargo merged, whereby the complex its was present name.