A STORIED PAST...
To know her is to love her... learn what makes 229 West 43 an unforgettable character in New York’s history.
Construction commences on the original Times Annex at 229 West 43, designed by Mortimer J. Fox
First press run of The New York Times at 229 West 43 occurs on Feb. 3
The distinctive pyramidal cupola is added
Shreve, Lamb & Harmon, architects of the Empire State Building, complete the final wing
Printing operations cease at 229 West 43
229 W 43 is designated a historical landmark by the New York Landmarks Preservation Commission
On June 10, The New York Times is written and edited at 229 West 43 for the last time
229 West 43 undergoes a major renovation to become Yahoo's New York Headquarters.
SNAP Inc. signs a lease to take the top floors for its New York office
A new brand is created for 229 West 43 to celebrate her historic past and continuing future as a leader in modern media and technology.
What will you add to her story?
Photo credit as follows: for 1913, 1947, and 1997 entries - public domain, Marjory Collins (1912-1985), Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division; for 1924 - used with permission, The Museum of New York. Columbia Property Trust controls or holds usage rights to all other images shown.