Current Status: Completed
New York Times Building Vital Stats
Address: 242 West 41st Street (Community Board 5)
Type: Commercial & Office Buildings
Name: New York Times Building aka 620 Eighth Avenue aka 242 West 41st Street
Construction: Begun 2003; Completed 2007
Design Architect: Renzo Piano Building Workshop
Executive Architect: FXFOWLE Architects
Engineer: Thornton Tomasetti
Developer: Forest City Ratner Companies
Builder: AMEC Construction Management
Height: 1,046 feet, (318.8 Meters); 52 Stories
Total Construction Floor Area: 1,545,708 square feet; 143,601 square meters
Site Area: 79,000 square feet; 7,339.3 square meters
Filed prior to July 2009, there are no Zoning Diagrams scanned for this project.
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45 West 67th Street New York, NY 10023