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Located on Manhattan’s west side, the building is home to the “CBS Evening News,” WCBS, the iconic CBS news desk, and the brand-new studio and newsroom of “CBS This Morning.”
In this episode of “Cubes,” we tour the worldwide headquarters of IPG Mediabrands, the media holding company responsible for $34 billion in global revenue from advertising agencies such as Universal McCann. IPG’s work includes the Geico Gecko and Volkswagen’s pint-sized Darth Vader.
The IPG headquarters is home to a cutting edge media lab full of “Minority Report”-esque marketing technology, and the office includes a high-tech workspace dubbed “the desk of the future” and a skyway stretching 10 stories above the street that was once used by the Gimbels department story, the building’s previous tenant.
The XO Group’s brand-new space in lower Manhattan boasts a fashion runway, a bar with a kegerator, a giant projection screen for playing Xbox Kinect, and a staircase inspired by the ones found in Apple stores. Oh, and it has really good feng shui.
Interested in working at XO Group? Check out their postings on the Mediabistro job board.
Located just off Manhattan’s Union Square, Lippe Taylor HQ has a plush, homey vibe. The loft-like space contains a paper note chandelier, a sample closet brimming with beauty products, an in-house art department, and a “Privé” room for private phone calls (and private romances), plus many more cool features.
The Seamless headquarters boasts an interactive Google Earth “weather wall,” blood pressure-lowering chairs, a game room with foosball and ping-pong, and a bunch of other cool features.
In this episode of “Cubes,” we take a behind-the-scenes tour of Hearst Tower, home to the likes of Esquire, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, and Elle. The LEED-certified building contains an exclusive health club, a top-secret app lab, and a dining room that has hosted several U.S. presidents, among many other amazing features.
In this episode of “Cubes,” we take a VIP tour of the swanky New York headquarters of Edelman, a global PR firm known for representing big-time companies like Wal-Mart, Microsoft, and Starbucks. The office boasts a giant rooftop terrace, a calming Wellness Room, a custom-made touchscreen wall, and a vast collection of artwork, plus there’s even a hunk of the Berlin Wall on display.
In this episode of “Cubes,” we tour the corporate world headquarters of Scholastic. The company known for Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, and, of course, Clifford the Big Red Dog is based out of two conjoined buildings in Manhattan’s SoHo district. The space includes Scholastic’s flagship bookstore, a huge rooftop terrace, one-of-a-kind Harry Potter memorabilia, and a 4,000-square-foot auditorium that recently hosted a performance from Taylor Swift.
In this episode of “Cubes,” we tour the headquarters of MLB Network. The impressive space, which is also home to MLB Productions, features multiple studios, a vast library of archival footage, and an indoor baseball field, complete with dugouts, stands, and a digital scoreboard. The place will be buzzing over the next few weeks as the network is set to air more than 150 hours of live coverage of the 2011 MLB postseason.
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