El Paso's tallest building makes a striking location for the Wells Fargo Plaza business center. The Brutalist architecture is effective at night when the floors are lit up to create various images. The high-rise provides a well-known Kansas Street address in this thriving region. The city is home to 70 Fortune 500 companies, close to the military at Fort Bliss, a center for education and call centers. The business center is close to Interstate 10. El Paso's location makes it a magnet for businesses, with Mexico unlocking many opportunities for trade in Central and South America. El Paso's Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) encourages growth by domestic and foreign companies and the Mexican government's Maquiladora incentive program means manufacturing flourishes in nearby Ciudad Juárez. El Paso International Airport is six miles from the business center and provides a gateway to Las Cruces, West Texas and Mexico.