Hearst Tower is a dramatic 42-storey glass and steel skyscraper built atop an existing 6-storey Art Deco Building. Inside, a soaring three-story atrium creates a sense of calm on a grand scale. The exterior honeycomb of steel keeps the interior work area uncluttered by pillars and walls, thus creating superb views of the city from most vantages on the work floors. At night, with its radically angled panes of glass, Hearst Tower looks like a faceted jewel.
Designed to consume significantly less energy than a conventional New York office building, the Hearst Tower was the first “Green” commercial building in New York City and received a Gold LEED rating.