The high-rise that is 902 Broadway has been standing strong for over 100 years, with construction starting in 1912 and ending in 1913. The 20 story landmark resides in the Flatiron district at less than a five minute walk from the Flatiron Building. Travel through its office spaces in one of the newly re-modeled or completely new elevator cabs. Depicting a clean, sleek design, the elevators at 902 Broadway highlight the normally conventionally deemed material that is stainless steel. Although it is commonly used material in elevator cabs, steels' versatility is conveyed inside 902 Broadway's elevators, where stainless steel is the new black. It begins at the drop ceilings and flows through the bottom of the cabs, presenting itself in even the undistinguished studs in the tile floors. All around the cab in the "raised removable" style, the wall panels are covered from top to bottom in a mix of wire mesh and patterned stainless steel.