Tuesday, October 21, 2008

WALL STREET MELTDOWN: Lehman Brothers Building is now the Barclay's Capital

This is the former LEHMAN BROTHERS Headquarters in Times Square. It is now occupied by BARCLAY'S CAPITAL, a leading global investment bank. The structure was built by the Rockefeller Group and Morgan Stanley financial firm, and designed by KPF-Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates in 1999-2002. Standing at 38 stories, the building was originally named Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Plaza, but was then sold to Lehman Brothers in October 2001for $750 million.

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