1 Wall Street Court
Engraving of the Beaver Building published in 1905.
|Location||82-92 Beaver St., New York, New York|
|Architect||Clinton, Charles William; Russell, William Hamilton|
|NRHP Reference #||05000668|
|Added to NRHP||July 06, 2005|
The building at 1 Wall Street Court in Manhattan, also known as The Beaver Building and The Cocoa Exchange (as the former home of the New York Cocoa Exchange) is a triangular-shaped building reminiscent of the Flatiron Building. The building, designed by Clinton and Russell and completed in 1904, is located at the intersection of Wall Street, Pearl Street, and Beaver Street.
The Munson Steamship Line, an American steamship company that operated in the Atlantic Ocean primarily between U.S. ports and ports in the Caribbean and South America, had its head office in this building from 1904 until 1921, and owned the building from 1919 to 1937.
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