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New York Times Building

Location: 242 W 41st St, New York, NY 10036

Architect Renzo Piano was chosen by the New York Times to design their new building because the owners believed that his interpretation of the program and the nature of the New York Times came closest to realizing their goals. The 52-story glass and steel structure reinforces the values of the Times Company and its culture of transparency.

With floor to ceiling water-white glass windows, exposed steel columns and accents of red and marigold, the building is a fitting home for a 21st-century media company. As part of its commitment to the Times Square neighborhood that bears its name, The New York Times Company created a new state-of-the-art cultural center and performance space housed within The New York Times Building known as The Times Center.

Acoustically tuned and with cherry wood walls and red velvet seating for 378, TheTimesCenter is suitable for a wide variety of performances and events including lectures, small stage plays, film and video presentations, live broadcasts and music recitals. The building’s lobby is open to the public and you may enjoy seeing the art installation, “Moveable Type” which is a dynamic portrait of The New York Times.