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Hearst Tower

Hearst Tower (300 W. 57th St., NYC) is Hearst's global headquarters and the first New York City landmark of the 21st century. Using the original 1928 Hearst International Magazine Building as his pedestal, architect Norman Foster conceived an arresting 46-story glass-and-steel skyscraper that establishes a number of design and environmental milestones. Hearst Tower is a true pioneer in environmental sustainability, having been declared the first "green" office building in New York City.

Hearst Tower (New York, 2006) | Foster + Partners

The Hearst Tower. Photo by Alejandra Garibay

Hearst Tower (New York, 2006) | Foster + Partners

Hearst Tower (New York, 2006) | Foster + Partners

Hearst Tower uses the original the original 1928 Hearst International Magazine Building as its pedestal.

Hearst Tower, New York, USA by Foster + Partners

CNBC list of '10 Awesome, Innovative Skyscrapers' incudes Hearst Tower

Looking up at Hearst Tower | May 2013 (Instagram photo by @misschrissa)

Hearst Tower: April 3, 2013 (Instagram photo by @millermobley)

Hearst Tower goes dark for Earth Hour on March 23, 2013 at 8:30pm (Photo by Francisco Rosario)

Looking up at Hearst Tower, from inside Hearst Tower (Instagram photo by @raffaelpaluzzi)

Hearst Tower on a snowy February day (Instagram photo by @billy_mauro)

Hearst Tower rises into another gray January day. (Twitter photo by @Styufeeva_Irina)

"Going up. Hearst." (Instagram photo by @lisedelman)

"When I first saw Hearst Tower the uniqueness grabbed me." (Twitter photo by @nycelevated)

Hearst Tower Today: Jan. 9, 2013 (Instagram photo by @_fredkim_)

Architecture at Hearst Tower (Twitter photo by @alexandrabloom)