People tend to check in during these times:
The New York Times Company is a leading media company with 2010 revenues of $2.4 billion. The Company’s core purpose is to enhance society by creating, collecting and distributing high-quality news, information and entertainment.
Checkout 'Movable Type', a media arts installation, in building lobby. Coordinated real-time fragments of quotes, archives, questions, numbers and geographic information.
One of the homes of Advertising Week. Also, some pretty dashing retail and restaurants including Dean & Deluca and Schnipper's Quality Kitchen (where one can get a delightful Sloppy Joe).
Put on a fedora, suspenders, smoke a cigar. Tell the hot secretary to get you a cup of coffee and watch her walk away. Break open a story. Get on A1. Have a whiskey. Call it a day.
If you're upstairs, savor the view of the newsroom from the wall of windows facing the courtyard on the fourth floor.
The iconic skyscraper incorporates energy saving innovations such as special shades that help reduce summer cooling needs & raised floors that help heating spread through the building in the winter.
Read the New York Times column by Nicholas Kristof to see how CARE, doughnuts and a woman named Biti Rose are fighting poverty in Malawi! http://nyti.ms/Sd8IpH
try the paper!
Take a nap on the lounge chairs on the 15th floor above the cafe. Let a Pulitzer prize winner wake you up.
A 1920 New York Times poll ranked Herbert Hoover among the ten greatest living Americans.
When it's snowing, check out the atrium, which you can look into from the lobby, 2f, 3f, 4f. World's largest snow globe! Pretty.
Go to a TimesTalks event in the lobby! Great acoustics and stellar calendar of events!
There is a good burger joint on the main floor.
They have great facilities, a wonderfully designed building that is wonderful for conference space use.Thank you NY Times for hosting the 140Conf NY.
took a tour of the building & grabbed a newspaper off someones desk.
designed by famous phenomenal architect Renzo Piano, a green building. A few people have tried to climb this building!
Check out the 9/11 tribute in the lobby. It's pretty dope!
No real New Yorkers EVER use a taxi stand.....just walk half a block in either direction and hail your own cab!
Good luck trying to find a bike rack in the area. According to the NYPD, bikes are terrorist tools & therefor so are you!
Get your photograph taken alongside this iconic building. Tourists and locals alike are often seen being photographed with the NY Times building and logo.
climb the exterior ..
Spider-Man Climbs Here!
Awsome building and just love The Brain walls... Kind of a matrixx feeling. Awsome
US daily newspaper circulation totaled 44 million in 2011, down from 55 million in 2003.
If you're going to freeclimb the outside of the skyscraper and BASE jump off, bring bail money and make sure your advance team has a couple cab options lined up before you take the Big Leap.
Listen to security when they tell you how to use the elevators!
If you walk in the 40th St. entrance, definitely hit up the smoothie cart out front one day, it's excellent.
Lobby made for photos. Ask at the reception for permission.
Although the largest volume of feedback regardless of the purchase channel comes of consumers in the range of 35-65 years , buyers in store between 19 and 24 are more likely to go online
Wanna see something AWEsome? Stop by Advertising Week and check out Immersive Media's 360° technology.
Not a tip but a suggestion - they need a seating area in the main lobby, some chairs and tables.
iPads anyone? It takes 75,000 trees to print a Sunday edition of the New York Times.
Favorite Sunday reading
If you are visiting the newsroom, try to do it around 5 and you can snag free cup of coffee.
Don't sit on the stairs in the main lobby. The security guards will make you stand up✌️
The cafeteria on the 14th floor is not to be missed. The food is excellent and the two-story windows look onto a beckoning Gotham.
Walk pass 路过。
little painting (in L.A. now) "may happiness and prosperity follow you wherever you go." the building itself is energizing!
Must-see: "Moveable Type" installation by Ben Rubin and Mark Hansen in the lobby. (open to public)
Arthur Hays Sulzberger, publisher of the Times from 1935 - 1961, received The Hundred Year Association's Gold Medal Award "in recognition of outstanding contributions to the City of New York" in 1954.
Annual Posse Alumni Leadership Conference!
Free NYTimes of the day outside the conference room on 15th floor (found it during social media week, not sure if they are always there)
No se pierda el muro digital con los titulares mas importantes de la historia del NY Times...