The twin towers that make up the Time Warner Center in Manhattan’s Lincoln Square neighborhood were completed in 2004 by Related Companies, boasting a design by David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. The two 80-story towers house luxury residences, as well as commercial space, including the headquarters for Time Warner and CNN, high-class restaurants, and a Whole Foods Market grocery store. A 1,200-seat theater for Jazz at Lincoln Center is also incorporated within the Time Warner Center complex.
Related’s project consists of the South Tower at 25 Columbus Circle, which features luxury condominiums, and the North Tower at 80 Columbus Circle, which houses the Mandarin Oriental Hotel and its luxurious suites. The two towers are connected by a bridge-like atrium.
At 25 Columbus Circle, residences start on the 52nd floor and continue through the 80th floor. The 51sth floor houses Club 51, which features a landscaped terrace, a fitness center, a media room, and entertainment space, exclusive to residents. Those living in the South Tower also have exclusive access to the Mandarin’s spa and fitness center.
The Time Warner Center is conveniently located right at the entrance to Central Park, offering easy access to high-end retail, fine dining, and entertainment venues. Residents also have access to the 1, A, B, C, D, E, F, M, N, Q, R, and W lines via nearby stations.
How much does it cost to live at 25 Columbus Circle?
The excellent location, luxury amenities, and a wide range of on-site shopping and dining make the Time Warner Center at 25 Columbus Circle a coveted residential address. Condominiums feature a plethora of state-of-the-art amenities. Consequently, prices are also on the steep side. Two-bedroom apartments start at $9.95 million, while the largest units, featuring six bedrooms, have asking prices of $75 million. 25 Columbus Circle also includes rental units; in 2018, Anthony Bourdain’s 64th-floor two-bedroom apartment hit the market, two months after the chef’s death, with a rental rate of $14,200 per month. Read more
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