Manufacturers Trust Company Building Interior 
later Chase Bank Building, first floor interior, consisting of the entrance vestibule and lobby at the corner of Fifth Avenue and West 43rd Street, the former banking room, the 43rd Street elevator lobby, the corridor in front of the vault on Fifth Avenue, and the escalators leading from the first floor to the second floor; second floor interior, consisting of the former banking room; and the fixtures and interior components of both floors, including but not limited to, wall surfaces, ceiling surfaces, floor surfaces, columns, and vault door facing Fifth Avenue
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Full Address: 510 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan
Alternative Address: 508-514 Fifth Avenue and 2 West 43rd Street, Manhattan
Year Built: 1954-53
Year Designated: 2011
Year Published: 2011
Architect: Gordon Bunshaft, Skidmore Owings & Merrill
Key words: Skidmore Owings & Merrill, SOM, Gordon Bunshaft, high modern, modernism, international style, Patricia W. Swan, Roy O. Allen, Eleanor H. Le Maire, Henry Dreyfuss, Mosler Safe Company, lighting technology, luminous ceiling, white marble, Vermont marble, transparent, minimalist, glass and aluminum, adaptable interior, open plan, Charles Evans Hughes III, escalators, interior landmark
Architectural Styles:
   International Style

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