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70 Pine Street, New York, NY 10270

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          Building

          • Building Class
            A
          • Walk Score
            100%

          The American International Building is located on <strong>70 Pine Street</strong> in the [Financial District of Manhattan] (http://www.thesquarefoot.com/New-York-City/office-space/Financial-District). It was the last of the Jazz Era skyscrapers downtown. The building stands at 952 feet with 66 floors and was once the third tallest building in the world. The architects who designed the building were Clinton & Russell and Holton & George. There is an open air platform with an enclosed glass observatory on the 66th floor that is currently private for executive employees of the American International Group only. The observatory's main function is only an executive oasis during lunch hours. Originally, double decker elevators were installed in the building, but were unpopular and have since been replaced. Current tenants of the American International Building range from insurance companies, dentists and doctors to attorneys. The limestone clad tower sets back to a white colored top, like a snowcap on a mountain. The "mountain" had an open air platform with an enclosed glass observatory above, offering undoubtedly the best views of Downtown before being closed from public. It is constructed of portal framing, or designing structures using primarily steel or steel reinforced precast concrete. American International was the last skyscraper to be built in Financial District in the pre World War II years. It took until 1961 that another tall skyscraper rose to the area, in the form of One Chase Manhattan Plaza. It has a Gothic like design with a spire atop and was at one point the tallest building in the downtown area until the completion of the World Trade Center.

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          Internet Service Providers

          NameTechnologyUpload SpeedDownload Speed
          Verizon New York Inc.Fiber10 to 25 Mb/s100 Mb/s to 1 Gb/s
          Barrier CommunicationsWireless50 to 100 Mb/s50 to 100 Mb/s
          Time Warner Cable LLCCable3 to 6 Mb/s50 to 100 Mb/s
          ViaSat, Inc.Satellite3 to 6 Mb/s10 to 25 Mb/s
          Hughes Network SystemsSatellite1.5 to 3 Mb/s10 to 25 Mb/s
          MegaPath CorporationCopper3 to 6 Mb/s3 to 6 Mb/s
          StarBand Communications, Inc.Satellite200 to 768 Kb/s768 Kb/s to 1.5 MB/s

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