Originally the Downtown Athletic Club from 1930 to 2002, the now called Downtown Club, rises 39 Floors, 518 feet (158 meters). Its narrow yet tall profile, covered in red brick, makes it easily visible in the Lower Manhattan Skyline. The building has a Olympic-sized pool, boxing ring, gymnasium, miniature golf course, squash, and tennis courts, as well as dining rooms and living quarters. The Downtown Athletic Club closed in 2002, suffering damage and financial issues from 9/11. The building was renovated soon after and is now a residential building called "The Downtown Club".