Old AT & T Building
Status: Inspected but not affected.*
Originally American Telephone & Telegraph Company Building (offices)/now 195 Broadway Building, bet. Dey and Fulton Sts. W side. Built in three sections: 1912-1923. All by Welles Bosworth. Addition to W, 1989, Eli Attia.
"The square-topped layer cake of New York: a deep-set façade of 8 lonic colonnades (embracing 3 stories within each set) is stacked on a Doric order."
This building has the distinguish honor of having "more Classical columns than any façade in the world."
Source: AIA Guide to New York City, 4th ed.
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