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|AT&T Long Lines Building|
|33 Thomas Street at Church Street|
New York City NY United States
| - telecom hotel|
| - communication|
| - highrise|
| - brutalist|
| - granite|
| - concrete|
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Architect: John Carl Warnecke & Associates
- A twin/continuation of this building was planned, but was never built.
- The tower is windowless for the security and protection of expensive equipment.
- The AT&T Long Lines Building is one of the most important buildings in New York City, the tower and its phone lines are designed to withstand a nuclear blast and fallout and be self-sufficient for two weeks in wartime conditions.
- Each floor is actually 19 feet high, so the building is as high as a 40 story tower, but has only 29 floors.
- The 10th and 29th floors there are series of large, protruding ventilation openings.
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