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140 Broadway, Wall Art, Print, Marine Midland, HSBC, NYC Architecture, City Series, Digital Download, New York, Choose Your Color, NYC photo

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140 Broadway, The Marine Midland Building, also known as the HSBC Bank Building, is a 51-story office building located between Cedar and Liberty streets in Manhattan's financial district. The building, completed in 1967, is 688 ft (209.7 m) tall and is known for the distinctive sculpture at its entrance, Isamu Noguchi's Cube. Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the man who designed the building, had originally proposed a monolith type sculpture, but it was deemed to be too expensive.

A bombing occurred on the 8th floor on August 20, 1969, injuring 20 people. The bomb, which police estimated to be the equivalent of 25 sticks of dynamite, was placed in a hallway just off the elevators some time during the evening and it exploded at around 10:30PM. The injured were on the night shift in the bank's stock bookkeeping department and were working on the other side of the corridor wall. Fortunately, the inside of this wall was lined with floor-to-ceiling automated file units that weighed 3 tons each and which absorbed most of the blast. Without them, the 20 injuries would all have been fatalities. The blast moved the file units about a foot, blew out all the windows on that side of the building and opened a 5-foot (1.5 m) hole in the reinforced concrete floor. The bomber, Sam Melville, was convicted of this and seven other 1969 Manhattan bombings and sentenced to 18 years in prison. He was killed by a state sharpshooter during the Attica Prison riots in September 1971.

The interior and exterior of the building appears a number of times in the 1971 film Klute. The interior shots provide images of the World Trade Center under construction. The building and the Noguchi cube are seen in The April Fools (1969). They also appear in the music video for Jay Z's Empire State of Mind.



*****DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY*****
***** NO PHYSICAL COPY WILL BE SHIPPED*****

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CUSTOM COLOR:
Colors of the photograph may vary slightly due to differences in monitor and printer settings. Included in your download will be a JPEG file with color shown and a PNG file with a transparent background to change the background to whatever color you'd like.
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DIGITAL PRINTABLE FILES:
Your files will become available immediately after payment.
For information on ETSY Digital Downloads, go to: https://www.etsy.com/help/article/3949

Your Digital Download will include 5 files:

Full size PNG - Transparent Background for different colors and sizes
Full size JPEG - with color shown for 4x6, 8x12 and 16x24 prints
Cropped JPEG - with color shown for 4x5, 8x10 and 16x20 prints
Square JPEG - with color shown
A pdf file with helpful instructions.

There are no borders on the files


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PRINTING OPTIONS:
To get the most from your high resolution digital download, I recommend having it printed at a local or online print shop such as Shutterfly.com, Mpix.com or Adoramapix.com

I recommend:
Kodak Professional Supra Endura in Luster, Matte, Glossy and Metallic.
All Supra Endura media deliver saturated color with exceptional, accurate flesh-tone reproduction.

Luster is a great all-around paper choice. A slight sheen with ultra fine texture
Matte finish has the least amount of shine
Glossy finish is a true gloss paper; high shine delivers high impact images.
Metallic paper has a unique metallic sheen for stunning visual impact and depth - my personal favorite!

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REFUNDS AND EXCHANGES: There are no refunds on digital downloads. If you have an issue with the files, please let me know so I can help resolve the problem. Please don't submit a negative review until I've been given a chance to help you out.

COPYRIGHT NOTICE: You will get the right to print this image in any size, as many times as you like, on paper, canvas, mugs, t-shirts, greeting cards etc., for your personal use only or used to give as a gift. Photos are for personal use only and may not be reproduced, redistributed or used commercially.
Easily change the color of the background to fit your room.


140 Broadway, The Marine Midland Building, also known as the HSBC Bank Building, is a 51-story office building located between Cedar and Liberty streets in Manhattan's financial district. The building, completed in 1967, is 688 ft (209.7 m) tall and is known for the distinctive sculpture at its entrance, Isamu Noguchi's Cube. Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the man who designed the building, had originally proposed a monolith type sculpture, but it was deemed to be too expensive.

A bombing occurred on the 8th floor on August 20, 1969, injuring 20 people. The bomb, which police estimated to be the equivalent of 25 sticks of dynamite, was placed in a hallway just off the elevators some time during the evening and it exploded at around 10:30PM. The injured were on the night shift in the bank's stock bookkeeping department and were working on the other side of the corridor wall. Fortunately, the inside of this wall was lined with floor-to-ceiling automated file units that weighed 3 tons each and which absorbed most of the blast. Without them, the 20 injuries would all have been fatalities. The blast moved the file units about a foot, blew out all the windows on that side of the building and opened a 5-foot (1.5 m) hole in the reinforced concrete floor. The bomber, Sam Melville, was convicted of this and seven other 1969 Manhattan bombings and sentenced to 18 years in prison. He was killed by a state sharpshooter during the Attica Prison riots in September 1971.

The interior and exterior of the building appears a number of times in the 1971 film Klute. The interior shots provide images of the World Trade Center under construction. The building and the Noguchi cube are seen in The April Fools (1969). They also appear in the music video for Jay Z's Empire State of Mind.



*****DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY*****
***** NO PHYSICAL COPY WILL BE SHIPPED*****

----------------------------------------------------------------------
CUSTOM COLOR:
Colors of the photograph may vary slightly due to differences in monitor and printer settings. Included in your download will be a JPEG file with color shown and a PNG file with a transparent background to change the background to whatever color you'd like.
----------------------------------------------------------------------

DIGITAL PRINTABLE FILES:
Your files will become available immediately after payment.
For information on ETSY Digital Downloads, go to: https://www.etsy.com/help/article/3949

Your Digital Download will include 5 files:

Full size PNG - Transparent Background for different colors and sizes
Full size JPEG - with color shown for 4x6, 8x12 and 16x24 prints
Cropped JPEG - with color shown for 4x5, 8x10 and 16x20 prints
Square JPEG - with color shown
A pdf file with helpful instructions.

There are no borders on the files


-----------------------------------------------------------------------
PRINTING OPTIONS:
To get the most from your high resolution digital download, I recommend having it printed at a local or online print shop such as Shutterfly.com, Mpix.com or Adoramapix.com

I recommend:
Kodak Professional Supra Endura in Luster, Matte, Glossy and Metallic.
All Supra Endura media deliver saturated color with exceptional, accurate flesh-tone reproduction.

Luster is a great all-around paper choice. A slight sheen with ultra fine texture
Matte finish has the least amount of shine
Glossy finish is a true gloss paper; high shine delivers high impact images.
Metallic paper has a unique metallic sheen for stunning visual impact and depth - my personal favorite!

----------------------------------------------------------------------

REFUNDS AND EXCHANGES: There are no refunds on digital downloads. If you have an issue with the files, please let me know so I can help resolve the problem. Please don't submit a negative review until I've been given a chance to help you out.

COPYRIGHT NOTICE: You will get the right to print this image in any size, as many times as you like, on paper, canvas, mugs, t-shirts, greeting cards etc., for your personal use only or used to give as a gift. Photos are for personal use only and may not be reproduced, redistributed or used commercially.

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