Eleven Times Square

Northeast - Commercial / Mixed Use

Plaza 11 Times Square

Eleven Times Square

Eleven Times Square is an extraordinary, environmentally responsible modern building befitting its marquee location. The 1.1 million square-foot tower’s sophisticated design allows for prominent exterior building signage 600 feet above Times Square. The LEED Gold property also includes 55,000 sq. ft. of retail space on three levels and 13,000 sq. ft. of retail signage along 42nd Street and the corner of Eighth Avenue. Standing at 640’ tall, it consists of 40 occupied stories above grade with one cellar. The 3-story lobby has full height cast-glass panels and hand-chiseled marble columns, with granite floors. 
Times Square was built with the core first system, building the concrete core above the steel perimeter frame. To coordinate this process three cranes were deployed, one was utilized for building the concrete core, and two were used to erect the steel. The core first system enabled us to build on time and under budget, without any safety issues. 

Project Highlights: First Concrete Core First Construction Lagged by Steel Erection in NYC

Client SJP Properties
Design firm FxFowle Architects
Location New York, NY
Type Commercial / Mixed Use
Size 1.1 Million SF
Status Completed in 2011
Leed LEED Gold
Plaza 11 Times Square
Plaza 11 Times Square
Plaza 11 Times Square

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