A new perspective: our office in the time-life building
Midtown Manhattan is changing. Smaller innovative companies like ours are moving in by the dozen, filling the spaces vacated by the stalwarts of yesteryear -- some seeking smaller spaces, some to more open places.
What was once staid here in Midtown, now seems electric. Pulsing with the energy of innovators in new media, social innovation, finance and tehnology.
We've moved on up to the 43rd floor of the iconic Time-Life Building. Home to Time, Inc., and all its varied publications -- Time, People, Sports Illustrated, and dozens more -- since 1959. On TV's Mad Men, Sterling Cooper & Partners moved in at the end of 1964. And now, here we are.
Today we share our building with the Clinton Global Initiative (one floor below us), CBS Radio (one floor up) and scores of interesting, creative, and ground breaking organizations. We feel that we're part of something bigger. Maybe not quite a Midtown renaissance, but it is clear that the historic hub of global media and communication is entering a new age of business, creativity and inventiveness.
Stop by and see us sometime. 1271 Avenue of the Americas. New York. New York. Use the entrance at 110 W. 51st Street for easy access.