41 Park Row
New York, NY 10038
+1 800 225 5697 (Tourist Information)
Park Row, located in the Financial District of Manhattan, was once nicknamed "Newspaper Row" due to all the city's publications setting up shop close to City Hall
in order to get close to all the political and government happenings (or controversies). Some of the famous buildings that makeup Park Row are The Pulitzer Building, New York Tribune Building (now Pace Plaza), the architecturally-stunning Potter Building and perhaps the most famous, The New York Times Buildings (officially named 41 Park Row). In the 1950's, Pace University purchased many of the properties on Park Row and many former newspaper offices are now home to university classrooms and dining halls.