Does US Bank operate in California?
U.S. Bank is more than a banking partner. We’re an invested member of Los Angeles, Orange County, South Bay, Inland Empire, San Diego and surrounding communities. We are owners, employees, residents and customers.
What is the US Bank tower used for?
Erected on air rights purchased from the city, this 73-story tower—the tallest west of Chicago—allowed the Los Angeles Public Library to be preserved and expanded within its historic setting.
Can you get on top of the US Bank Building?
The US Bank building does not have an observation tower, as far as I know – the only time the upper floors are open at all to the public is the annual charity stair climb in the building.
Where is US Bank main office?
Minneapolis, MNU.S. Bancorp / Headquarters
How many US Bank locations are there?
More than 2,000 branches in 26 states We’re a neighborhood bank in thousands of neighborhoods.
What companies are in the US Bank Tower?
The 1.4 million square foot Class A tower boasts full height windows with unrivaled floor-to-ceiling heights ranging from 13 to 18 feet. Current tenants include US Bank, Marsh & McLennan, Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith, Gordon Rees, King & Spalding, Capture Studios and Skanska.
Who owns US Bank Building in Los Angeles?
Silverstein Properties, the owner of U.S. Bank Tower in downtown Los Angeles, plans to undertake $60 million worth of renovations to make the skyscraper completed in 1989 more appealing to today’s tenants.
How is the US Bank Tower earthquake resistant?
The US Bank Tower’s terrifying Skyslide attraction is a glass slide that hangs off the side of the building, connecting the 69th and 70th floors. The building itself is designed to lean up to 30 feet during an earthquake, but what about the slide: How would it stand up to a big shaking?