The Long Distance Building of the American Telephone & Telegraph Company, first floor interior 
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Full Address: 32 Sixth Avenue, Manhattan, NY
Alternative Address: 24-42 Sixth Avenue, 310-322 Church Street, 14-28 Walker Street, 4-30 Lispenard Street
Year Built: 1911-32
Year Designated: 1991
Year Published: 1991
Architect: L.W. Eidlitz & McKenzie, Voorhees and Gmelin
Key words: James S. McCulloh, Walker Lispenard Building, TriBeCa, New York Telephone Company, Union N. Bethell, Cyrus L.W. Eidlitz, 1916 Building Zone Resolution, setbacks, skyscraper, "modernistic", Long Lines Department, interior landmark
Notes: Designation consists of the Sixth Avenue entrance vestibule with above auditorium, the Sixth Avenue lobby and elevator corridors, the Church Street corridor, the Church Street entrance vestibule with its alcove, and includes the components of the wall, ceiling, floor surfaces, and mosaics, doors, elevator doors, fixtures, and other attached decorative elements.
Architectural Styles:
   Art Deco
   Romanesque Revival

Files:
   View PDF (1991LongDistanceBldgATTInterior.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York Buildings
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   Manhattan Civic Center
   Manhattan Tribeca