Welcome to Los Angeles

A Photo Blog by Chris Camargo

The 7th tallest building in Downtown at 54 floors (723 ft), the Wells Fargo Tower at 333 South Grand Avenue was originally known as the Crocker Tower, after the San Francisco-based Crocker National Bank. When Crocker merged with Wells Fargo in 1986, the building and its adjacent plaza were re-branded.

The tower’s brilliantly reflective granite exterior shines under a blanket of repeating cloud patterns. From beneath, the building’s glossy skin against a bright sky renders it nearly transparent.