65 Broadway (Q254049)

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65 Broadway, formerly the American Express Building, is a building on Broadway between Morris and Rector Streets in the Financial District of Manhattan in New York City. The 21-story concrete and steel-frame structure, an office building, was designed by James L. Aspinwall of the firm of Renwick, Aspinwall & Tucker in the Neoclassical style. 65 Broadway extends westward through an entire block, to Trinity Place. Its most prominent feature is its H-shaped building plan, with light courts located between its wings.

Wikidata location: 40.7072, -74.0122 view on OSM or edit on OSM

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way: 65 Broadway (OSM), 32 feet from Wikidata [show tags]
name: 65 Broadway
height: 89
alt_name: American Express Building
building: yes
heritage: yes
wikidata: Q254049
addr:city: New York
wikipedia: en:65 Broadway
addr:state: NY
roof:shape: flat
start_date: 1917
nycdoitt:bin: 1000809
building:levels: 21

wikidata match: Q254049
node: Andrew P. Johnson, PC (OSM), 202 feet from Wikidata [show tags]
name: Andrew P. Johnson, PC
email: a.johnson@lawapj.com
phone: +1-212-693-3355
office: lawyer
website: https://www.lawapj.com/
addr:city: New York
addr:unit: 1603
addr:state: NY
addr:street: Broadway
addr:postcode: 10006
addr:housenumber: 65

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office building (Q1021645) building=office, office
building (Q41176) building=yes, building

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Office buildings completed in 1917 building=office, building=commercial, office, landuse=commercial
Office buildings in Manhattan building=office, building=commercial, office, landuse=commercial