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Hearst Tower is the Platinum LEED certified global headquarters of Hearst Corporation, one of the nation's largest diversified media and information companies.
The Hearst building really is one of the most spectacular lobbies in New York. A waterfall, not to mention sharply dressed security guards.
Hearst Tower's cafe offers a wide-variety of healthy food options, like steaks from grass-feed beef at Hearst Ranch in California. Employees rave about items like sushi, frozen yogurt and brownies.
Lord Norman Foster served as the chief architect to build Hearst Tower. The tower was Foster's first skyscraper in New York City.
There are two art galleries in the mezzanine level of Hearst Tower. Exhibits rotate about every six months.
Check out "Riverlines" in the lobby of Hearst Tower. The piece is composed of mud and water from both the Hudson River & Avon River in Bristol, England.
Hearst Tower has an employee cafe that seats over 380. It offers a wide-variety of healthy food options, including steaks from the grass-fed beef program at the Hearst Ranch in California.
Hearst Tower was designed to be one of the most environmentally friendly office buildings in New York City. It was the first green commercial building in the city to be LEED Gold certified.
The original structure of Hearst Tower is called the International Magazine Building. William Randolp Hearst comissioned architect Joseph Urban to design the six-story tower in 1926.
The conference center is located in the 44th floor. Schedule your meeting to the end of day and enjoy a wonderful sunset over NYC.
Hearst Tower contains 46 stories and is over 597 feet tall. The distinctive triangular pattern on the Tower is called a “Diagrid” and each triangle is four stories high.
The waterfall structure in the lobby is called "Icefall". It contains over 50 tons of glass and uses recycled rainwater collected on the roof.
90% of Hearst Tower's steel is made from recycled materials
Amazing Frozen yogurt
What a nice design 😍
Check out the art galleries on both sides of the 3rd floor lobby.
Visitors are allowed in the lobby which is very nice and features a cool waterfall.
Navigating the sea of love isn't always easy in NYC, especially in an age of digital everything.Stop in for a seminar on Dating and Relationships in the Digital Age at 9:30 AM on Wednesday,February 20
Being a comedian isn't easy, especially when you're confined to 140 characters. Hearst Magazine will provide tips on how to sharpen your game. Thursday, February 21, 2:30PM
Miley Ray Cyrus On The Cover Of Cosmopolitan Magazine Feb. '13
The elevators are tricky. When you punch in your floor make sure you pay attention to what elevator it designates to you!
6-story base, designed 1928 by Joseph Urban, commissioned directly by William Randolph Hearst. 46-story tower designed by Norman Foster, was 1st skyscraper to break ground in NYC after 9/11.
Michael Clinton, MBA '83, is the president, marketing and publishing director of Hearst Magazines.
By Sir Norman Foster 2004.
Get the chirashi from the cafeteria. amazing!
Watch out for the chairs with cracked backs
The Hearst Tower is the first commercial building in New York City to achieve LEED Platinum certification for the operations and maintenance of the building.
Architect Sir Norman Foster's addition to the existing base building, energy efficient building, you can see it in the lobby location!
One of the most energy efficient buildings in NYC. It has interesting lobby, and of course it is designed by Sir Norman Foster, his signature style is evident on the outside.
#Archtober Building of the Day for October 6, 2011. Addition designed by Foster + Partners.
Enjoy the long escalator ride up
I can see my apartment from here!
Get to the upper floors. The views are astounding
It's a green building. In case they don't tell you 100 tines.
Did you know you work with the world's foremost expert on pinball?
Stay for lunch. The cafe is delish!
EC Scavenger Hunters - Meet Josephine at her fountain - don't worry, the fashion runways have all been put away.
Work with Hearst Ventures (if you are lucky) - smart, fair and participatory VCs are not an oxymoron!
Work with Hearst Ventures (if you're lucky) - smart, fair, and helpfully participatory VCs are not an oxymoron!
Gorgeous light filled cafe on 3rd floor.
Find a friend who works here and get them to take you to the awesome cafeteria and TWO lobby art galleries.
Check out the exhibition of Andy Warhol illustrations for Bazaar magazine (1951-1964) in the street-level windows
Gorgeous green building!
The Hearst Headquarters is LEED-certified by the US Green Building Council. It was built using strategies aimed towards preserving resources and lessening its environmental impact.
You can only get into the lobby but it's awe-inspiring. Lobby guards give you a "verbal tour" as you enjoy the interior design and the spectacular indoor waterfall that uses recycled rainwater.
Hearst has its own ventures capital group that has made over 60 investments since its inception more than 10 years ago. Notable investments include Netscape, iVillage, Sling Media, EInk and Pandora.
The water running down the waterfall is recycled rainwater that helps cool the interior space.