While the upper floors of 20 Exchange skyscarper were converted into residential units the stunning banking halls have been off-limits to the public for decadesMore
20 Exchange is one of the lesser-known Art Deco skyscrapers in NYC’s Financial District but was the fourth tallest building in the city when it opened in 1931.More
Situated on an oddly shaped block along the curve of William Street, 20 Exchange Place, is in the heart of the Financial District. Although the 59 story tower is no longer home to City Bank-Farmer’s Trust (now Citibank), evidence it was once the headquarters of one of America’s largest financial institutions covers the building.
In the late …More