Transwestern today announces it has been retained by Sumitomo Corporation of Americas to provide leasing and management services for SPS Tower, a 655,070-square-foot, Class A office building at 333 South 7th Street in the Minneapolis Central Business District. This asset marks the first acquisition for Sumitomo in the Minneapolis market. The office leasing team includes Transwestern’s Vice President Jim Montez, Principal Reed Christianson and Associate Nick Sveen. They will work closely with Transwestern property management personnel to implement a creative marketing plan for the building.
“Transwestern has a long-standing relationship with Sumitomo across our national portfolio, and we’re honored to be chosen to represent them in the dynamic Minneapolis market,” said Montez. “SPS Tower is a high-quality asset that provides tenants with an amenity-rich environment.”
SPS Tower is a 31-story office building that is currently 84 percent leased to a diverse roster of tenants. The building features a conference center, fitness center, TAVERN333, Dunn Brothers Coffee and an underground reserved parking garage. The building’s three skyway connections provide convenient access to numerous downtown restaurants and hotels.