Fredrikson & Byron has called Minnesota home since it began serving clients in 1948. Located in downtown Minneapolis, Fredrikson & Byron is at the center of Minnesota’s vibrant business community. Our firm has grown along with the community, from three attorneys in a state with a population of just under 3 million people, to 350 attorneys in a state of nearly 5 million people today.
Attorneys in our Minneapolis office practice across all of our service and industry areas including banking, corporate, employment, healthcare, intellectual property, international, litigation, real estate, securities, and tax. We serve a broad range of clients, including multinational corporations, public companies, privately-held businesses, entrepreneurs, government agencies, and family businesses. Our attorneys also work with individuals on estate planning, family law, and immigration matters.
From the North
Take 35W South to the Washington Avenue exit. Turn right (West) onto Washington Avenue. Continue on Washington Avenue to 3rd Avenue South. Take a left (South) onto 3rd Avenue South. Take a right (West) onto 5th Street South. The US Bank Plaza Ramp will be on your left between 3rd Avenue South and 2nd Avenue South.
From the East
Take I-94 West to the 11th Street exit. Continue on 11th Street and then take a right (North) onto 3rd Avenue South. Take a left (West) onto 5th Street South. The US Bank Plaza Ramp will be on your left.
From the South
Take 494 West to 35W North. At the 35W and MN-65 (Downtown Exits) split, stay in the left lane to take the MN-65 Downtown Exits. Take 5th Avenue South to 3rd Street South and take a left. Turn left (South) on 3rd Avenue South. Take a right (West) onto 5th Street South. The US Bank Plaza Ramp will be on your left between 3rd Avenue South and 2nd Avenue South.
From the West
Take 394 East to the 6th Street exit. Stay on 6th Street heading East and take a left (North) onto 3rd Avenue and another left (West) on 5th Street. The US Bank Plaza Ramp will be on your left.
94 East :
Take 94 East to the 4th Street Exit. Stay on 4th Street heading East and take a right (South) on 3rd Avenue and another right (West) on 5th Street. The US Bank Plaza Ramp will be on your left.
U.S. Bank Plaza Security Information
U.S. Bank Plaza requires all visitors to be registered and have a guest badge to enter the turnstiles in the North Tower. Please bring a valid government issued I.D. with you when visiting U.S. Bank Plaza and allow extra time should there be any issues with your badge or registration.
Guests will proceed to the North Tower Security Desk. Guests will be asked to provide the following to receive a printed guest badge:
- Their name
- Their company (if applicable)
- What company they are visiting – Fredrikson & Byron
- Reason for their visit
- Their driver’s license or government issued ID
Carry the guest badge with you the duration of your visit at the building. The badge does not need to be worn.
Guests entering through the loading dock will use the kiosk in the loading dock. Registered visitors will swipe their ID or enter their information manually into the kiosk. A guest badge with a barcode will be printed and used for entry. Guests who are not registered will be assisted by a building security guard.
Additional Parking Options
501 4th Avenue Ramp
Entrances on 5th Street and 6th Street
Fifth Street Towers Ramp
Entrances on Marquette and 2nd Avenue
Canadian Pacific Plaza
Entrance on 5th Street between 2nd Avenue and Marquette Avenue
U.S. Bank Plaza Ramp
Entrance on 5th Street between 2nd Avenue and 3rd Avenue
Light Rail Directions
Take any northbound train towards downtown Minneapolis. Exit the train at the Government Plaza station. The U.S. Bank Plaza will be located diagonally across the street from where you exit the train. Trains run approximately every seven minutes during rush hours and less frequently during non-rush hours. From the Mall of America, it takes about half an hour to reach the Government Plaza station. From the airport, it will take slightly less time.
For more detail information on the Hiawatha Light Rail line, visit the Metro Transit website.
- John Koneck612.492.7038