Wells Fargo Building
Acquired in 2005, the Wells Fargo Bank building stands at 255 feet tall, making it the tallest building in the Quad Cities. The Wells Fargo building is on the National Register for Historic Places as the American Commercial and Savings Bank building, and has served as a center for banking in the Quad Cities since before the great depression. It is recognized for its limestone exterior, large banking lobby, and tall clock tower. The building was constructed in 1927 by the Walsh-Kahl Construction Company. Major tenants include Wells Fargo Bank and Lane and Waterman Law Firm.