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Time Warner Center, Columbus Circle

The Time Warner Center are twin skyscrapers designed by renowned architect, David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and completed in 2004, it was the cornerstone of the rebuilding of Columbus Circle. The buildings consists of two 80 story 750 ft (229 m) towers with a bridge like atrium between them. The Headquarters for Time Warner and CNN are located here along with expensive retail stores at the base. Top restaurants like Per Se, Bar Masa fill out the 4th Floor and Whole Foods Market grocery store in the basement, as well as a 1,200 seat theater for Jazz at Lincoln Center.

80 Columbus Circle, being the 66 residences of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, developed by The Related Companies in 2004. These apartments sit atop the North Tower of the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle, ranging in size from 1,000 to well over 8,000 square feet. The units begin on the 64th floor and rise up to the 80th floor offering panoramic and breathtaking
views of Central Park, the Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River.

Residents have access to all of the Mandarin Hotel’s five-star amenities (and more) and are within walking distance to Central Park, The Shops of Columbus Circle, Lincoln Jazz Center, Carnegie Hall, Broadway and a host of restaurants and lively Manhattan hotspots.

These luxury apartments contain the same exquisite details as the Mandarin Hotel and offer residents incomparable luxury living.

Five-star amenities include:
– White gloved, 24-hour concierge, valet and doorman
– Private elevators,
– 40,000 sqft fitness facility and 75′ enclosed swimming pool
– The Mandarin Spa
– Hardwood floors and high ceilings
– Granite countertops with Miele appliances
– Marble-accented windowed baths
– Smart technology with customized sound and lighting