Current Status: Completed
70 Pine Vital Stats
Address: 70 Pine St., New York, New York 10270 (Community Board 1)
Type: Commercial; later adapted to Mixed Residential and Commercial
Name: 70 Pine; American International Building; 60 Wall Tower; Cities Service Building
Construction: Begun 1930; Completed May 1932
Design Architect: Clinton Russell Wells Holton & George; Stephen B. Jacobs Group, P.C. Architects and Planners
Executive Architect: _
Developer: Rose Associates
Builder: James Stuart & Co. Builders
Height: 952 feet (290 meters); 67 stories
Total Construction Floor Area: 864,988 square feet; 80,360 square meters
Site Area: 31,722 square feet
Filed prior to July 2009, there are no Zoning Diagrams scanned for this project.
Superlatives: Built as a symbol of American resilience during the Great Depression.
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