Looking south from 47th St.
Also known as the New York Times Tower, the 25-story, 363-foot-high (111 m) skyscraper at 42nd Street and Broadway was originally built to serve as The New York Times headquarters, which moved to the tower in 1905. In 1995, Lehman Brothers re-purposed the building for advertising. Most of the building's interior is vacant except for Walgreen's at ground level and Jeff Straus who runs the New Years Eve celebration from his 22nd floor office. http://bit.ly/2rN6Cr4