Nestled in one of New York City's oldest neighborhoods, this building is unique in its perfect harmony of classic form and modern construction. Designed by the noted architects Delano and Aldrich, The Wall and Hanover Building, erected in 1928, was originally constructed as the headquarters of the oldest and largest partnership bank in the country, Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.
The building was built in 1921 as the headquarters for the Munson Shipping Company. As rich in architectural detail as in history, the building, with intricate metal work on the windows and Terra Cotta roofing, occupies the corner that once housed Alexander Hamilton.
The building offers the ultimate in comfort and style. Luxury amenities such as valet, housekeeping and concierge services, are complimented by the attentive front desk staff, all committed to providing assistance for your unique needs. For your added convenience, we offer access to modern laundry facilities, storage and ATM services