The International Mercantile Marine Company Building, also known as One Broadway and the "United States Lines-Panama Pacific Lines Building", is a historic office building located on Broadway in New York, New York. The building was built in 1882 in the Queen Anne style as the Washington Building, on the former site of the Washington Hotel. The building was acquired by International Mercantile Marine Company in 1919 to serve as its corporate headquarters and extensively altered to its present Neoclassical style. One Broadway served as the headquarters of IMM and its successor company, United States Lines, until 1979 when the firm relocated to Cranford, New Jersey.
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