Image Credit: David Smooke
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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200 Amsterdam — PROGRESS!
NEWS FLASH! The Department of Buildings has posted on its website a "Notice to Revoke" permits for the 668' tower at 200 Amsterdam! This action is in direct response to the Zoning Challenge filed by the Committee for Environmentally Sound Development and...
“We Can’t Really Stop It”–but we can change it!
At Thursday, June 22nd's Save New York Summit, #VotersAgainstSupertalls rallied to support appropriately scaled development and protect our skyline for a myriad of reasons. Among the speakers was Attorney and Community Defender Michael Hiller. Below is an excerpt of...
Voters Against Supertalls
New Yorkers from neighborhoods across the city came together on Thursday, June 22, 2017, for a Save New York Summit to discuss City policies that have enabled and incentivized the trend of supertall development, now threatening traditional residential neighborhoods...
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