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    52.97+2.59 (+5.14%)

    at Fri, Jun 2, 2023, 4:00PM EDT - U.S. markets closed

    Delayed Quote

    • Open 51.23
    • High 53.38
    • Low 50.83
    • Prev. Close 50.38
    • 52 Wk. High 77.36
    • 52 Wk. Low 48.95
    • P/E 48.60
    • Mkt. Cap 40.57B
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  3. MetLife Building - Wikipedia

    The MetLife Building (also 200 Park Avenue and formerly the Pan Am Building) is a skyscraper at Park Avenue and 45th Street, north of Grand Central Terminal, in the Midtown Manhattan neighborhood of New York City. Designed in the International style by Richard Roth, Walter Gropius, and Pietro Belluschi 2) of usable office space. As of November ...

  4. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower - Wikipedia

    The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower (colloquially known as the Met Life Tower and also as the South Building) is a skyscraper occupying a full block in the Flatiron District of Manhattan in New York City.

  5. MetLife Building (New York City) - All You Need to Know ... - ...

    From a retired MetLife employee, this is not The MetLife Building. It was the Pan Am building which the Met bought years ago and put their name on. The real MetLife buildings are located on 23rd to 25th street between Madison and Park Avenues. These buildings were sold years ago to make what else, Money!

  6. 200 Park Avenue | The Metlife Building - New York Offices

    The MetLife Building is a 59-story skyscraper at 200 Park Avenue at East 45th Street above Grand Central Terminal in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Built in 1960–63 as the Pan Am Building, the then-headquarters of Pan American World Airways, it was designed by Emery Roth & Sons, Pietro Belluschi and Walter Gropius in the International style.

  7. The MetLife Building in New York, which comprises 59 stories and stands 246 meters tall, was created in the International style by Walter Gropius, Richard Roth, and Pietro Belluschi. At the time of its opening, it was billed as the world’s biggest corporate office facility by square footage.

  8. According to James Trager in his 1990 book, “ Park Avenue, Street of Dreams ,” William Zeckendorf, head of Webb & Knapp Inc., proposed in 1954 an 80-story, 4.8 million-square-foot tower, 500 feet...

  9. History of New York’s MetLife Building

    The MetLife Building is an iconic feature in the New York City skyline that was designed by Walter Gropius, Pietro Belluschi and Emery Roth & Sons. It was originally built back in 1963, known formerly as the Pan Am building. This is one of the priciest pieces of real estate in New York and for good reason.

  10. Top 10 Secrets of the MetLife Building (Previously Pan Am)

    1. The Pan Am Building used to have a helicopter deck Photo from Wikimedia Commons. The Pan Am Building once had a helicopter deck on its roof, situated at 808 feet high. After a contentious...

  11. 6 Teams Reimagine New York’s MetLife Building. Metals in Construction Magazine and a jury of architects and engineers have announced the winners of the “Reimagine a New York City Icon ...

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