The Time and Life Building, New York
The Time and Life Building is located at 1271 Avenue of Americas (6th Avenue) in the Rockefeller Center in New York. It opened in 1959 and was designed by the Rockefeller family’s architect Wallace Harrison, of Harrison, Abramovitz and Harris. At the time of its completion, the building's 48 floors of 2,600 m² were the largest in the world.
The Time and Life Building in located in Midtown with many subway stations within a block or so. The subway connected to the Time and Life building is the Rockefeller Center Stop 47th – 50th Street.
There is public parking in the Time and Life Building on 51st street between 6th & 7th Avenue.