New-York Stock Exchange

At the corner of William Street in 1792, 24 brokers met to found the forerunner of the New York Stock Exchange, today located in a 17-story building (1903) at 8-18 Broad Street. Closed to the public following the 2001 terrorist attacks, the structure resembles a Roman temple iwth its majestic facade of Corinthian columns.

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8-18 Broad St.

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