195 Broadway is a building steeped in history. Dubbed ‘the Telephone Building,’ 195 Broadway is the once-longtime home of AT&T and was the site of the world’s first transcontinental and transatlantic phone calls. Now owned by L&L Holdings, the building is host to a number of firms including Thomson Reuters, Omnicom, and MPG. / 195 Broadway is a 1,000,000+ sq. feet structure that features 29 stories and recently renovated elevator cabs and bathrooms. The building is located in the heart of the Financial District and sits adjacent to the new World Trade Center, making it close to a host of other firms and organizations. In addition, 195 Broadway is situated above the Fulton Street transit center and features direct lines to 12 MTA subway lines as well as PATH trains to New Jersey. Overall, this is a rustic, charming building with a truly excellent location in the heart of Manhattan’s downtown.