The 1 Wall Street Building is an Art-deco skyscraper designed by Voorhees, Gmelin and Walker and built between 1929 and 1931 in New York, NY.
1 Wall Street Building is not the only name you might know this building by though. It is common for companies to want to attach their names to iconic buildings when they move in, or for the general public to come up with nicknames, and this one is no exception. The 1 Wall Street Building is also known, or has been known as, Irving Trust Company Building, Bank of New York Building, or BNY Mellon Building.
Its precise street address is 1 Wall Street, New York, NY. You can also find it on the map here.
The 1 Wall Street Building is a structure of significant importance both for the city of New York and the United States as a nation. The building embodies the distinctive characteristic features of the time in which it was built and the Art Deco style. Because of that, the 1 Wall Street Building was officially included in the New York Register of Historic Places on March 6th 2001.
The building has been restored 2 times over the years to ensure its conservation and adaptation to the pass of time. The main restoration works happened in 1965 and 2021.