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Facts
Official Name Time Warner Center North Tower
Complex Name Time Warner Center
Former / Other Names AOL Time Warner Center North Tower
991 8th Avenue, 1819 Broadway, 1 Time Warner Center, The Shops at Columbus Circle, Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Residences at Mandarin Oriental, 80 Columbus Circle
Type building
Status Completed
Country
City New York City
Street Address 10 Columbus Circle (Map)
Building Function residential / hotel / office / retail
Structural Material concrete/steel
Start of Construction 2000
Completion 2004
Regional Ranking #123 tallest in North America
City Ranking #46 tallest in New York City
Figures
Height: Architectural 228.3 meter / 749 feet
Height: Occupied 207.3 meter / 680 feet
Height: To Tip 228.3 meter / 749 feet
Floors Above Ground 55
Floors Below Ground 2
Top Elevator Speed 7.1 m/s
Development GFA 175,652 m² / 1,890,702 ft²
# of Apartments 66
# of Hotel Rooms 244
Companies Involved
Developers Apollo Real Estate Advisors, L.P.; Columbus Centre LLC; Related Companies
Architect Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Structural Engineer WSP Cantor Seinuk
MEP Engineer Cosentini Associates
Main Contractor Bovis Lend Lease
Other Consultants
• Civil Philip Habib & Associates
Façade Enclos Corp.; Permasteelisa Group
• Geotechnical Langan Engineering
• Traffic Philip Habib & Associates
• Wind Cermak Peterka Petersen (CPP), Inc.
Material Suppliers
• Elevator thyssenkrupp
• Fire Proofing Grace Construction Products
About Time Warner Center North Tower
Time Warner Center is located at the southwest corner of Central Park. The building is divided between offices, residential condominiums, two hotels, performance venues and the retail stores. The base of building is designed to reflect the curve of the Columbus Circle and has two twin towers bridged by a multi-story atrium containing upscale retail shops. The multi-story atrium has a cable-net spanning 30 meters across and 50 meters tall making it the largest cable structure in North America.