4 Times Square.
Tired off all the backstabbing and infighting that’s typically reported on at 4 Times Square? (Not that The Observer would ever mention such things).
Well, there is actually some good news coming out of the Condé Nast building today, according to the New York Times.
The installation of a so-called repeater system in the building, the 52-story Condé Nast building at 4 Times Square, took about a year and a half and cost less than $300,000, the owners said.
The Fire Department’s first deputy commissioner, Frank Cruthers, called the installation of the system by the Condé Nast building’s owners, the Durst Organization, a “wonderful example of corporate good citizenship.”
– Michael Calderone