A NEW YORK LANDMARK
WITH A CAPTIVATING PAST
SOME BEGINNINGS WERE NEVER MEANT TO BE HUMBLE
Grand Marble Staircase
Lobby with Original Ceiling
Looking to the Past
A churning engine of industry and ambition since its start in the early 17th century, the Financial District has been a dynamic home to The Broad Exchange Building’s unique evolution.
Courtesy of the New York Stock Exchange
THE ONLY THING THAT REMAINS CONSTANT IS PROGRESS.
As the 20th century began, “Wall Street” had become synonymous with the country’s larger-than-life trading power, and Manhattan’s very first neighborhood—the Financial District—was the center of governmental influence and financial dominance.
IT’S BEEN SAID
With a compelling past and continuously evolving surroundings, there’s much to be said about The Broad Exchange Building and its neighborhood.
Image courtesy of the Library of Congress
THE BROAD EXCHANGE BUILDING IS WORTHY OF THE WORLD’S MOST LUXURIOUS HOTELS.
WE’VE WITNESSED SIGNIFICANT GROWTH IN JUST 10 YEARS AND WELCOMED INDUSTRIES THAT NEVER WERE HERE BEFORE.
LOWER MANHATTAN MAY BE THE OLDEST PART OF NEW YORK, BUT THE NEIGHTBORHOOD SOMETIMES FEELS LIKE THE NEWEST.
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