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New York Coliseum

10 Columbus Circle
New York City NY United States

Construction Dates
Floor Count26
Building Uses
 - conference
 - showroom
Structural Types
 - highrise
Architectural Style
 - international
 - masonry
 - glass
 - steel

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Roof345 ft

Architect: Leon & Lionel Levy

- The building was mostly used for convention and expo space. After the completion of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in 1986 it was considered useless. The New York Coliseum was demolished in 2000.

- Today, the Time Warner Center sits in this spot, which includes two twin 55 story glass towers, offices for Time Warner, CNN television Studios, office space, a hotel rooms, retail and more.

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