- The Time Warner Center is a twin towered complex housing the offices of Time Warner, television studios of CNN, Jazz at Lincoln Center, a multi level mall, a Mandarin Oriental Hotel, and private apartments.
- The building was officially opened on February 4th 2004.
- Other proposals included a 950' (290m) tower in 1985, an 850' (260m) tower in 1987, and a 760' (232m) tower in 1989. All of these proposals met with varying degrees of resistance from local citizen's groups.
In May 2018, Deutsche Bank announced that it was leasing all 1.1 million square feet (100,000 m2) of office space, formerly occupied by Time Warner, for 25 years beginning in the third quarter of 2021.
In May 2021, the Time Warner Center was renamed the Deutsche Bank Center. During that week, signage relating to Time Warner was removed and replaced with those of Deutsche Bank. The bank was scheduled to relocate 5,000 employees to the complex starting that July.
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