Times Square McDonald’s Takes Infill Building to the Extreme


Located at the corner of 45th and Broadway in Manhattan, the newly opened McDonald’s in Times Square is on one of the busiest eateries in the world, built in one of the busiest locations on earth.

Opened in late May, the 173-seat, 11,200 square-foot restaurant offers three floors of seating, including a second floor that extends out 12 feet over the street and a mezzanine above. A 9,280-square-foot, 82,000-pound LED billboard screen hangs above the store.

Designed by Landini Associates with architecture by Progressive AE and general contractor Schimenti Construction Co., the project also includes three dumbwaiters that send food from the basement to the second floor, 18 self-ordering kiosks and a 50-foot, high glass-paneled curtain wall that provides an expansive view of the streetscape below.

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