Wells Fargo is seeking city approval to expand its already-massive Chandler campus with new office towers that could reach 13 stories or about 200 feet, which would be the city’s tallest buildings standing today.

Eventually, the global financial giant could have more than 10,000 employees on its 68-acre complex at the northwest corner of Queen Creek and Price roads, in the heart of Chandler’s Price Road Corridor, city Economic Development Director Micah Miranda said.

Wells Fargo opened the first two buildings at its Chandler campus in 2004. The company broke ground in 2013 on two new four-story buildings and is currently putting on the finishing touches.

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