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60 Wall Street
60 Wall Street
New York City NY United States
Status: built Construction Dates Began 1987 Finished 1989 Floor Count 56 Floor Area 160,000 m² Building Uses - office Structural Types - highrise Architectural Style - postmodern Materials - glass - steel - stone
Heights Value Source / Comments Roof 745 ft WSP Cantor Seinuk
- Architect: Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo & Associates
- Structural Engineer: WSP Cantor Seinuk
- Tenant: Deutsche Bank
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- Formerly the headquarters of JP Morgan Bank, it is now owned by Deutsche Bank. Today JP Morgan Chase has its headquarters at the 53 Story JP Morgan Chase World Headquarters Building in midtown Manhattan.
- Completed in 1989, it was the last large office building to be built in the Financial District.
- Surrouned by slender pre-war towers, such as the American International Building and 20 Exchange Place, 60 Wall Street makes a prominent impact on the Lower Manhattan Skyline.
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