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

 Time Warner Center Restaurants

Mandarin Oriental, New York Hotel

Condominiums

Neighborhood

Columbus Circle

Central Park

Christo – The Gates

Construction Progress