32 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10013 is located in the Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan, NY. Built in 1933, this 549-foot tall building has always been known as the AT&T Long Line Building but was bought by Rudin Management Company in 1999. In size, its 1,150,000 square feet of Class A office spaces span 27-stories high. Some amenities include terraces, energy-efficient window units, tall ceilings, access to the A, C, and E subway lines, heavy floor loading, and a messenger center. It’s also 24/7 access by key card, has power, cooling, and generator abilities, and is WiredScore certified platinum. Other property amenities include banking, access to commuter rail, food service, and a security system. In 2002, Fox & Fowle Architects renovated the building as it’s known today. Tenants include those in insurance and finance. Transit and subway lines include Canal Street, Franklin Street Transit Stop, and other commuter rail systems.