70 Pine Street Gets Landmark Status

The Art Deco skyscraper at 70 Pine Street is finally getting its landmark status. At the time the building was completed in1932 it was the third tallest building in the world. It was also the last skyscraper to be built in Lower Manhattan prior to World War II. The landmark status granted by the Landmarks Preservation Commission applies to the building’s lobby and exterior. Read more at Downtown Express.


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