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The view of Time Warner Center from Top of the Rock – observation deck in Rockefeller Center.

Time Warner Center

The 750 feet, twin-towered multi-use complex that opened in February 2004 houses the Time Warner World Headquarters, a 250-room/suite Mandarin Oriental luxury hotel, spaces for retail, entertainment, restaurants and offices, 225 luxury apartments, as well as CNN live broadcast production studios and a concert hall for the use of Jazz at Lincoln Center.

Time Warner owns one-third of the complex. The incorporated hotel has the “first” floor of its public areas located over 75 meters above ground and features a spa and a health club. A 500 m² ballroom overlooks Central Park. The cost for the hotel is estimated as $200 million. The building plot was purchased from the Metropolitan Transport Authority for $357 million.

Height: 750 ft (229 m)
Floors over ground: 55
Space: 232,300 m2
Cost: $1.7 billion
Construction started: 2000
Completed: 2004
Architect: David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Developer: Related Companies LP and Apollo Real Estate Advisors, LP

The Shops at Columbus Circle

The Shops at Columbus Circle

Time Warner Center Restaurants

Restaurants in Time Warner Center

Mandarin Oriental, New York Hotel

Mandarin Oriental, New York Hotel

Condominiums

Time Warner Center Condominium Apartments

Jazz at Lincoln Center

Jazz at Lincoln Center

Neighborhood

Columbus Circle

Central Park

Christo – The Gates

Construction Progress

Construction Progress