The New York Times Building Lobby

Architects wanted the 52-story, 1.6 million-square-foot New York Times building to communicate the idea of transparency at The New York Times. The sleek and tapered exposed steel structure does just that, while providing large, open office bays and adaptable space.

New York, NY

Owners: The New York Times Company New York, NY; Forest City Ratner Companies Brooklyn, NY
Developer: Forest City Ratner Companies Brooklyn, NY
Architect: Renzo Piano Building Workshop Paris, France in association with FXFowle Architects, PC New York, NY
Interior Architect: Gensler New York, NY
Structural Engineer: Thornton Tomasetti New York, NY
Mechanical Engineer: Flack + Kurtz New York, NY
General Contractor: AMEC Construction Management, Inc. Schenectady, NY
Interiors Contractors: Turner Construction New York, NY; Lehr Construction New York, NY; Structure Tone New York, NY; J.T. Magen & Company Inc. New York, NY
Curtain Wall Consultant: Heitman & Associates, Inc. New York, NY; testing consultant, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc. New York, NY
Structural Steel Fabricators: W&W Steel Co. Oklahoma City, OK; Owen Steel Co. Columbia, SC; Afco Steel Little Rock, AR; ADF Terbonne, Quebec, Canada
Structural Steel Erector: DCM Erectors, Inc. New York, NY
Miscellaneous and Architectural Metals Fabricators and Erectors: Empire City Iron Works Long Island City, NY; Skyline Steel Corp. Brooklyn, NY; P.I.I. Waterford, NY
Curtain Wall Fabricator and Erector: Benson Global Portland, OR
Metal Deck Erector: Solera/DCM, Inc. New York, NY