10 Columbus Circle, more commonly known as the Time Warner Center, is located at the center of Manhattan. The twin fifty-five story buildings that are joined by an atrium overlooking the Southwest corner of Central Park and the Museum of Art and Design.
The Time Warner Center’s buildings perfectly fits their location. The towers are fitted with brilliant floor to ceiling windows that shine and catch the eye of all who pass by, while the sharp corners provide the building with crisp and defined edges that inspire awe.
David Childs and Mustafa Kemal Abadan designed the building and it was beautifully done and perfectly represents the city. The combination of a curved base that aligns with Columbus Circle along with the edges of the two buildings that match with Broadway complement the building and Columbus Circle.
The building provides tenants with the ability to never leave the building without becoming bored. The amenities of this building include access to restaurant Masa and Per Se along with the Mandarin-Oriental Hotel’s spa. Also located in the building is a Whole Foods, an Equinox fitness center, and a host of luxury retail stores such as Coach and Wolford.
The Time Warner Center has many notable tenants that include GIC, an organization that manages Singapore’s foreign reserves and Abu Dhabi Investment Authority.
10 Columbus Circle provides commuters convenient access to subways and bus stops that can deliver them to Grand Central.