The building in 1920
|Former names||Exchange Court Building, Chemical Bank Building|
|Town or city||Financial District, Manhattan, New York City, New York|
|Height||221.51 feet (67.52 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Architecture firm||Clinton and Russell|
|Renovating firm||Emery Roth & Sons|
52 Broadway, formerly known as the Exchange Court Building or Chemical Bank Building, is a high-rise building on Broadway and Exchange Place in the Financial District of Lower Manhattan, New York City. The building was originally built with 12 floors in 1898 by architects Clinton & Russell, but it was gutted and stripped of its entire facade in 1980-1982 by Emery Roth & Sons. It is now 221.5 feet (67.5 m) high with 20 floors.
In September 1903, the Consolidated National Bank took out a five-year lease on around 2,500 square feet of ground floor at the Exchange Court Building, which was located at the corner of Broadway and Exchange Place.
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