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Time Warner Center

Sector

Mixed-Use

Service

Landscape Architecture

Client

The Related Companies

Location

New York, NY

Status

Complete

Completion

2004

Site Area

10,000 SF

Architect

SOM

 

Completed in 2004, the Time Warner Center is a 2.1 million square foot mixed-use cultural and retail complex that changed the face of Columbus Circle.  As part of a $1.9 billion retail and cultural development in Columbus Circle, MNLA designed the streetscapes in coordination with the reconfiguration of Columbus Circle and developed distinctive entry features for the residential, corporate, cultural, and commercial tenants. On the 24th floor, MNLA’s dramatic 9,500 sf terrace design for communal use by the condominium owners features metal planters that frame Hudson River views, a raised entertainment deck, and an outdoor dining area with a full outdoor kitchen.

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