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America StaffJuly 18, 2018

The New York Times recently visited America Media’s new headquarters on Avenue of the Americas in Midtown, Manhattan. The reason: many media companies have shared spaces, communal assets and open floor plans, but America is unique in that it maintains a chapel with regular Masses celebrated by the Jesuit editors on staff. As a ministry of the Catholic Church, America’s offices are uniquely centered around our mission: to lead the conversation at the intersection of the church and the world. 

America moved into its new headquarters after selling its historic house at 106 West 56th St., just a few blocks north of its new location. Read A New Home for a Publisher and Its Priests and view a tour of the new location, hosted by James Martin, S.J. below. If you are ever in the neighborhood, know that you are always welcome to stop by!

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Catherine Kelly
6 years ago

How disappointing that none offer closed captioning.

Jim MacGregor
6 years ago

The new space could not make me forget the lovely residence and office on West 108th St. where I worked part time (54-57) while in HS.

Adekunle Olalekan
5 years 12 months ago

Another form of space on this planet, only those people in charged know how far though.

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