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Gehry's Conde Nast cafeteria to stay

It will be preserved as part of a conference centre, an amenity to lure new occupants to the building, though the media company has moved out

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The cafeteria space designed by Frank Gehry in the now-vacated former headquarters of Conde Nast, on the fourth floor of 4 Times Square in New York. Building owner Durst is meeting with potential operators of the space, which is off limits to the public.

New York

MOST New Yorkers have never seen Frank Gehry's first project in New York though it is among the more significant works of contemporary architecture in the city and sits at the crossroads of Times Square.

That is because it was built as an exclusive enclave and remained

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