60 Wall Street

60 Wall Street

As the international Headquarters for J.P. Morgan, 60 Wall Street is recognized both for its architectural excellence and technological advancement as one of the finest headquarters facilities in the world.

This distinctive, 51 story tower was designed to harmonize with the confident structures of Manhattan's financial district. The building adapts the classical language of its neighbors to the technological innovations of today. The New York Times architecture critic Paul Goldberger has written: "This building is as technologically advanced as possible to accommodate the bank's vast computer system, the building was given more than 2,000 miles of cable, much of it fiber optic running through the raised floors that were built into all the office spaces".




Morgan Bank



Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo



Park Tower Realty

Development Manager



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