Over a long career in international banking.
Always lucky to have a great view.
In New York City, first job at Republic (Safra) Bank on 452 Fifth @ 40th Street.
Château mansion. My own huge window on the 7th floor looking uptown to the New York Public Library and beyond.
On to San Francisco.
Crocker Bank on the 33rd floor of the Galleria Center on Kearny & Post. Open floor with expansive views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Angel Island and the Bay.
Then at ABN AMRO on the 27th floor of 555 California Street.
Again wall-to-wall view of the TransAmerica Building, and the entire San Francisco Bay. The building shook and bounced on October 17, 1989 during the Big Quake.
Back east in Boston.
One Post Office Square. My own ABN AMRO C-Suite on the corner of the 39th floor as Managing Director. View of the harbor, Rose Wharf and Logan Airport.
Snowed-in overnights at the adjacent Meridien Hotel.
Then. Ended at 500 Park Avenue in Manhattan. Across 59th Street view of a Caviarteria.