Wall Street, New York Financil District Photos

Wall Street, with the New York Stock Exchange & important financial buildings located nearby, has become another term for financial center of the USA. Wall Street marks what was the northern palisade of New Amsterdam. Beside the Stock Market, other buildings of note include Federal Hall (first Capitol of the United States under the 1789 Constitution), The Trump Building (originally Bank of Manhattan short-term record as world's tallest in 1930), & Trinity Church marking the end of the Street. The Financial District of New York City surrounds Wall Street.

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Wall Street viewed east from Trinity Church including Stock Exchange at right. New York, NY.Wall Street viewed west showing Trinity Church & Trump Building at right. New York, NY.New York Stock Exchange. New York, NY.New York Stock Exchange frieze above American flag. New York, NY.
Wall Street viewed east from Trinity Church including Stock Exchange at right. New York, NY.Wall Street viewed west showing Trinity Church & Trump Building at right. New York, NY.New York Stock Exchange (1903) (8-18 Broad St.). New York, NY. Style: Classical Revival. Architect: George B. Post. On National Register.New York Stock Exchange frieze above American flag. New York, NY.
Looking up Broad Street across New York Stock Exchange & Federal Hall. New York, NY.Federal Hall where George Washington took oath as first President of United States. New York, NY.Federal Hall National Memorial. New York, NY.United States Assay Office Building. New York, NY.
Looking up Broad Street across New York Stock Exchange & Federal Hall. New York, NY.Federal Hall where George Washington took oath as first President of United States (April 30, 1879). New York, NY. Federal Hall National Memorial (former U.S. Custom House & Treasury) (1833-42) (28 Wall St.). New York, NY. Style: Neoclassical. Architect: Town & Davis + Samuel Thompson + William Ross & John Frazee. On National Register.United States Assay Office Building (1919) (30-32 Wall St.) (12 floors). New York, NY. Architect: York & Sawyer.
The Trump Building. New York, NY.Tiffany Building. New York, NY.Carved cherubs on Tiffany Building. New York, NY.Cipriani Club Residences. New York, NY.
The Trump Building (1930) (40 Wall St.) (70 floors). New York, NY. Architect: H. Craig Severance, Yasuo Matsui, Shreve & Lamb.Tiffany (former U.S. Trust Company) Building (1907) (37 Wall St.) (25 floors). New York, NY. Architect: Francis H. Kimball.Carved cherubs on Tiffany (former U.S. Trust Company) Building. New York, NY.Cipriani Club Residences (former Regent Wall Street Hotel then Custom House) (1842) (55 Wall St.) (9 floors). New York, NY. Architect: Isaiah Rogers + William A. Potter + McKim Mead & White.
Neoclassical columns of former Regent Wall Street Hotel. New York, NY.Portal of former Regent Wall Street Hotel. New York, NY.60 Wall Street. New York, NY.Lobby of 60 Wall Street. New York, NY.
Neoclassical columns of former Regent Wall Street Hotel. New York, NY.Portal of former Regent Wall Street Hotel. New York, NY.60 Wall Street (1989) (55 floors). New York, NY. Architect: Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo & Assoc..Lobby of 60 Wall Street. New York, NY.
The Crest. New York, NY.Coins & neoclassical ornaments on ground floors of The Crest highrise on Wall Street. New York, NY.First National City Trust now 20X building. New York, NY.Williamsburgh Savings Bank. New York, NY.
The Crest (1929) (63 Wall St.) (34 floors). New York, NY. Architect: Delano & Aldrich.Coins & neoclassical ornaments on ground floors of The Crest highrise on Wall Street. New York, NY.First National City Trust now 20X building (former Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce) (1931) (22 William St.). New York, NY. Style: Art Deco. Architect: Cross & Cross.Williamsburgh Savings Bank (former Seaman's Bank for Savings) (1927) (74 Wall St.). New York, NY. Architect: Benjamin Wistar Morris.
Tontine House. New York, NY.National Westminster Bank. New York, NY.Continental Center. New York, NY.Federal Reserve Bank of New York plus streetscape. New York, NY.
Tontine House (13 floors) (80-82 Wall St.). New York, NY. Architect: Clinton & Russell.National Westminster Bank (1983) (175 Water St.) (30 floors). New York, NY. Architect: Fox & Fowle Architects, P.C..Continental Center (1983) (180 Maiden Lane) (41 floors). New York, NY. Architect: Swanke Hayden Connell Architects.Federal Reserve Bank of New York (1919-24) (33 Liberty St.) plus streetscape. New York, NY. Style: Florentine Palazzo. Architect: York & Sawyer. On National Register.
Trinity Church. New York, NY.Trinity Court Building by Henry I. Oser & American Stock Exchange buildings over Trinity Church graveyard. New York, NY.American Stock Exchange. New York, NY.Empire Building. New York, NY.
Trinity Church (1846) (79 Broadway at Wall St.). New York, NY. Style: Gothic Revival. Architect: Richard Upjohn. Trinity Court Building (1927) (25 floors) by Henry I. Oser & American Stock Exchange buildings over Trinity Church graveyard. New York, NY.American Stock Exchange (1921) (86 Trinity Place) (16 floors). New York, NY. Style: Art Deco. Architect: Starrett & Van Vleck.Empire Building (1898) (71 Broadway) (21 floors). New York, NY. Architect: Kimball & Thompson.
Shrine in Trinity Church yard against Trinity office building north of church. New York, NY.Trinity Building. New York, NY.Facade of Trinity Building which shares lot with United States Realty Company Building just next door up Broadway. New York, NY.Gothic Revival details of Trinity Building. New York, NY.
Shrine in Trinity Church yard against Trinity office building north of church. New York, NY.Trinity Building (1907) (111 Broadway). New York, NY. Style: Late Gothic Revival. Architect: Francis Hatch Kimball. On National Register.Facade of Trinity Building which shares lot with United States Realty Company Building just next door up Broadway. New York, NY.Gothic Revival details of Trinity Building. New York, NY.
Gothic churchyard spire with Trinity & Equitable Buildings. New York, NY.Looking up Broadway across Equitable Building. New York, NY.Equitable Building. New York, NY.Portal details of Equitable Building. New York, NY.
Gothic churchyard spire with Trinity & Equitable Buildings. New York, NY.Looking up Broadway across Equitable Building. New York, NY.Equitable Building (1915) (120 Broadway) (40 floors) (world's largest when built). New York, NY. Architect: Ernest Graham & Assoc.. On National Register.Portal details of Equitable Building. New York, NY.
Trinity, Equitable & Bank of Tokyo Buildings on Broadway. New York, NY.Bank of Tokyo. New York, NY.Bank of Tokyo upper floors with sculptures by J. Massey Rhind. New York, NY.Bank of Tokyo figures of Peace, Truth, Honesty, Fortitude, Self-Denial, Fidelity sculpted by John Massey Rhind. New York, NY.
Trinity, Equitable & Bank of Tokyo Buildings on Broadway. New York, NY.Bank of Tokyo (former American Surety Co.) (1895) (100 Broadway) (26 floors). New York, NY. Architect: Bruce Price.Bank of Tokyo (former American Surety Co.) upper floors with sculptures by J. Massey Rhind. New York, NY.Bank of Tokyo (former American Surety Co.) figures of Peace, Truth, Honesty, Fortitude, Self-Denial, Fidelity sculpted (1895) by John Massey Rhind. New York, NY.
Details of sculpted female figures by John Massey Rhind on Bank of Tokyo building. New York, NY.Portal of Bank of Tokyo at 100 Broadway. New York, NY.Trinity Spire & Bank of New York with octagonal top. New York, NY.Bank of New York Building. New York, NY.
Details of sculpted female figures by John Massey Rhind on Bank of Tokyo (former American Surety Co.) building. New York, NY.Portal of Bank of Tokyo (former American Surety Co.) at 100 Broadway. New York, NY.Trinity Spire & Bank of New York (1930) (1 Wall St.) (50 floors) with octagonal top. New York, NY.Bank of New York Building (1929) (48 Wall St.) (32 floors). New York, NY. Style: Colonial Revival. Architect: Benjamin Wistar Morris. On National Register.
Bank of New York Building facade details, now home of Museum of American Finance. New York, NY.HSBC Bank with holed-cube sculpture by Isamu Noguchi. New York, NY.20 Exchange Place, 60 Wall St., & American International by Holton & George + Clinton & Russell. New York, NY.20 Exchange Place over green pyramid of Trump Tower on Wall St. New York, NY.
Bank of New York Building facade details, now home of Museum of American Finance. New York, NY.HSBC Bank (1967) (140 Broadway) (52 Floors) with holed-cube sculpture by Isamu Noguchi. New York, NY. Architect: Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore, Owings, Merril (SOM).20 Exchange Place, 60 Wall St., & American International (1932) (70 Pine St.) (66 floors) by Holton & George + Clinton & Russell. New York, NY.20 Exchange Place (1931) (57 floors) over green pyramid of Trump Tower on Wall St. New York, NY. Architect: Cross & Cross.
New York Cotton Exchange in front of 20 Exchange Place. New York, NY.Hanover Bank [aka New York Cotton Exchange] [aka India House]. New York, NY.India House facade. New York, NY.Stone St. Historic District looking west. New York, NY.
New York Cotton Exchange (1923) (3 Hanover Square) (23 floors) in front of 20 Exchange Place. New York, NY. Architect: Donn Barber.Hanover Bank [aka New York Cotton Exchange] [aka India House] (1853) (1 Hanover Sq.). New York, NY. Style: Italianate. Architect: Richard J. Carman. On National Register.India House facade. New York, NY.Stone St. Historic District looking west. New York, NY.
Stone St. Historic District looking east. New York, NY.Stone St. Historic District buildings replicated in Dutch style. New York, NY.Recreation of New Amsterdam Buildings. New York, NY.J. & W. Seligman & Co. & Delmonico Restaurant Buildings. New York, NY.
Stone St. Historic District looking east. New York, NY.Stone St. Historic District buildings replicated in Dutch style (21-23 S. William St.). New York, NY.Recreation of New Amsterdam Buildings (1903-8) (13-15 S. William St.). New York, NY. Architect: C.P.H. Gilbert.J. & W. Seligman & Co. & Delmonico Restaurant Buildings. New York, NY.
J. & W. Seligman & Co. Building. New York, NY.Delmonico Restaurant Building. New York, NY.Entrance of Delmonico Restaurant Building. New York, NY.
J. & W. Seligman & Co. Building (1907) (1 William St.). New York, NY. Style: Beaux Arts. Architect: Francis H. Kimball.Delmonico Restaurant Building (1891) (56 Beaver St.). New York, NY. Architect: James Lord Brown.Entrance of Delmonico Restaurant Building. New York, NY.

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