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RBC Gateway is one of a few office skyscrapers to be built in the Twin Cities this century. When completed, the building will be 37 stories tall and connect to the skyway system via the Central Library. The project brings 1.2 million SF of new construction to the Minneapolis skyline and includes a street-level restaurant, approximately 531,000 SF of office, 222 Four Seasons hotel rooms, 34 private residential condos, and 17,000 SF of plaza and green space. Future office tenants include the U.S. headquarters of RBC Wealth Management, seven of the Pohlad Companies, and JLL Minneapolis.

RBC Gateway Building


Approximately 531,000 SF of Class A office space across 18 floors.


Street-level restaurant and a 17,000 SF public plaza.


222 hotel rooms across 8 floors.


Six floors and 34 private residential condos.


Skyway connected via the Minneapolis Central Library.


428 underground parking spaces, valet parking and bike storage.


The 1.7 acre site was acquired from the City of Minneapolis for $10.4MM.


The Pohlad organization will occupy approximately 96,000 SF of space on three floors and RBC Wealth Management is the anchor tenant with approximately 310,000 SF of office space.


The Four Seasons will be the city’s first-ever five-star luxury hotel.


The site was once the location of the historically famous Nicollet Hotel which, had a century run of being one of Minneapolis’ most regal and grand hotels hosting luminaries like Dwight Eisenhower, Harry Truman, Judy Garland, Glenn Mill and JFK.


Located at the convergence of the three most prominent streets, Hennepin, Nicollet and Washington Avenues in downtown Minneapolis.


First Class A office building construction since 2001.