Find Your New Rental at 300 West 57th Street, Hearst Tower
The Hearst Tower was the first high-rise design for New York City completed by Sir Norman Foster. It serves as the headquarters for the Hearst Corporation media company, and the modern tower sits atop the original Hearst headquarters, a six story limestone structure built in 1928 near Columbus Circle. Its completion was delayed due to the Great Depression.
The modern Hearst Tower features a glass and steel facade articulated in a diamond pattern. The atrium lobby features escalators and dramatic waterfalls, both blending and contrasting the original building with the new addition. The tower achieved a LEED Gold rating due to its eco-friendly design, which includes special glazing to minimize heat gain, energy efficient heating and cooling systems, and a rainwater harvesting mechanism. Operating costs are 25% lower for tenants than the average commercial office building.
Located near Central Park and the Time Warner Center, the Hearst Tower is convenient to several subway lines including the A, B, C, D, 1 and 2 trains.
|Address:||300 West 57th Street||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||56th & 57th Streets||Size:||861,100 SF|
|Year built:||2006||Architect:||Foster & Partners|