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Friday, August 11, 2006

Time Warner Center

This recently completed development with its 750 foot towers reside at Columbus Circle, an area which has posed design difficulties. It is an intersection for Central Park West and South, Eighth Avenue and Broadway. It is the site of the former New York Coliseum building, a very unattractive structure built in 1954 and finally demolished in 2000.
The battle amongst the many proposals was won by SOM (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill). The new glass and steel center consists of offices for Time Warner on the lower floors, a retail complex on the ground floor, the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on floors 34-54, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and One Central Park luxury condominiums, located on the upper floors. Click here for a New York Times article on the development.


Irredento Urbanita said...

I used to watch "friends"... and I loved New York.
I see the future new building of New York Times... and I love New York.
I see your photos... and really love New York.

Greetings from Perú

Olivier said...

Ecoutez du Jazz au Lincoln center, superbe. J'ais eu le plaisir d'ecouter le maitre des lieux : Winston Marsalis. Un grand moment pour un fan de jazz.La vue du time warner est superbe et les statues de Fernando Botero....
Bravo pour la photo, j'adore

Brian said...