|Wells Fargo Building|
|309 SW 6th Avenue|
Portland OR United States
|Floor Area||20,903 m²|
| - office|
| - highrise|
| - neo-classical|
| - glass|
| - stone|
| - stucco|
| - brick|
| - concrete|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
Architect: Benjamin Wistar Morris III
• Colonel Dudley Evans, the president of Wells Fargo Bank, influenced the first Portland skyscraper construction.
• Known as the Porter Building from 1922-1946 after Andrew Porter, a Portland businessman and director of the U.S. National Bank, purchased the building.
• It is written in eastern top section facade the word "Wells", as the northern section stays "Fargo".
• It has been placed in the US National Register of Historic Places since 1986.
• Upon its completion, the Wells Fargo Building was the tallest building in Portland.
• The project's investors originally planned at the site between Fifth Avenue and Alder Street.
• U.S. Bancorp sold building in 1986 and bought it again in 1993.
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