In the heart of Manhattan's perennial favorite, Time Square Terrace debuts as the newest rooftop retreat owned by the famous New York nightclub, Copacabana. Time Square Terrace offers a simple, unobtrusive spot for revelers and dancers to enjoy "The Great White Way" with The W Hotel, Worldwide Plaza and other neighboring skyscrapers glittering the nearby sky.
Whether you're visiting the city, or live nearby, Time Square Terrace provides a chic, new setting for a spring and summer cocktail. In the space previously known as Jade Terrace above the former China Club, Time Square Terrace is located in Midtown, on the perimeter of Time Square. Most notable in its design are the floor to ceiling glass walls that encase half of the 7,500 square foot club. Conceived by architect Joseph Kleinmann of Kleinmann Architects, and dubbed “Organized Chaos”, the glass is sliced into shards
by white beams. It provides an aerial shot of the 8th Avenue hustle and bustle, supplementing the views of the retractable glass roof. The spot remains air conditioned and heated for all seasons, making Time Square Terrace a year round destination. In the coming month, the club will expand to welcome happy hour clientele.