Rent New York offices in 1271 Avenue of the Americas, Time-Life Building
The Time-Life building has become synonymous with the glamor of the 1960s, especially since it was featured as the setting for the advertising agency of the popular TV series, Mad Men. The building was constructed as a Western extension to the Rockefeller Center, and its shape is boxy with little surface ornamentation. The exterior is articulated by a glass curtain wall and limestone-clad columns. Each floor contains in excess of 29,000 square feet.
Beneath the Time-Life building, there is a public plaza with a pool, fountains and a metal Cubed Curved sculpture by William Crovello. The subway station, served by the B, D, F and M trains, can be directly accessed from within the building. Other amenities include a landmarked lobby, on-site management, security and shopping within the Rockefeller Center concourse. The CNN television studio occupies the ground floor, and other tenants include Lehman Brothers, Time Inc. and the Capital Grille.
|Address:||1271 Avenue of the Americas||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||50th & 51st Streets||Size:||2,070,089 SF|
|Year built:||1958||Architect:||Harrison, Abramovitz & Harris|