The view from 76th floor penthouse at One Central
Park, with Upper West Side and Hudson River.
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Address: 10 Columbus Circle
Height: 750 ft (229 m)
Floors over ground: 55
Construction started: 2000
Architect: David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
The New Coliseum project was designed by David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and developed by the Related Companies LP and Apollo Real Estate Advisors, LP, the $1.6 billion block will house 232,300 m² of space. The 750 feet, twin-towered multi-use complex, named Columbus Centre (or AOL Time Warner Center), will house the AOL Time Warner World Headquarters, a 250-room/suite luxury hotel (the Mandarin Oriental, New York) spaces for retail, entertainment, restaurants and offices, 225 luxury apartments, as well as CNN live broadcast production studios and a 12,500 m² concert hall for the use of Jazz at Lincoln Center.
Time Warner will house and own one-third of the complex. The incorporated hotel will have the "first" floor of its public areas located over 75 meters above ground and feature a spa and a health club. A 500 m² ballroom will overlook 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.
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Pictures of Time Warner Center
At the Time Warner Center, a dozen 14-foot stars twinkle to tunes re-mastered from “The Nutcracker” in a display called "Under the Stars." December 2005.
The view of Time Warner Center from Top of the Rock - observation deck in Rockefeller Center.
Time Warner Center opens to Columbus Circle.
Time Warner Center at night.