Wilco building

Wilco Building
View of the Wilco Building looking South
Record height
Preceded by Centennial Tower
Surpassed by Bank of America Building
General information
Status Complete
Type Office space
Location 415 W. Wall St.
Midland
Coordinates

31°59′50″N 102°04′42″W / 31.997325°N 102.078347°W / 31.997325; -102.078347Coordinates: 31°59′50″N 102°04′42″W / 31.997325°N 102.078347°W / 31.997325; -102.078347

Construction started 1956
Completed 1958
Opening 1958
Owner Wilco Building Partners, Ltd.
Height
Roof 308 ft (94 m)
Top floor 22
Technical details
Floor count 22
Floor area 197,207 sq ft (18,321.1 m2)
Other information
Parking Attached parking garage

The Wilco Building is a high rise in downtown Midland, Texas. At 308 feet (94 m) tall and 22 floors, it is the second-tallest building in the city after the Bank of America Building. For many years, the Wilco Building was the tallest building between Fort Worth and Phoenix until the Bank of America Building was constructed. The Bank of America Building is now said to be the tallest building between Fort Worth and Phoenix. In 1985, the Wilco Building underwent some renovations. It is one of the iconic images of the Midland downtown skyline.


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