Part III:  Lower Broadway

1 Broadway, now a Citibank, was formerly owned by the International Mercantile Marine Company.  It was purchased by the IMM in 1920-21, so is post-Titanic but is definitely a pertinant site.  There are two side doors depicting "First Class" and "Cabin Class" entrances.  Along this sidewalk now is a major bus stop so it was difficult to get these photos during rush hour when I was there. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 2, 1991 and was designated a city landmark by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1995.

IMM Building IMM - First Class Entrance IMM - Cabin Class Entrance

White Star Line Building 9 Broadway, now a Radio Shack, was the site of the White Star Line.  Passengers would have purchased tickets here for Titanic's return voyage on April 20, 1912.

Now a post office, the Cunard Line building (1919) is at 25 Broadway.  It was the Carpathia's parent company.  Cunard later merged with WSL with the former being the senior partner.

Cunard Line Building

Page last modified February 23, 2021.

Page written by Mary-Frances Bartels.  Comments, suggestions, and corrections gladly accepted.

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