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About One Lincoln Plaza
1 Lincoln Plaza is a mixed-use, commercial and luxury residential condominium building in New York City with 43 floors and 671 units. Construction began in 1971. The building is in the heart of the Lincoln Center neighborhood. Completed and ready for occupancy in 1974, the building is divided into eight floors of commercial space and 36 floors of luxury residential apartments. The roof, which is often considered the 44th Floor is home to the building's private & posh fitness club called Top of the One. As of 2008, the building includes some of the following amenities: The building also has commercial tenants. These include two prominent commercial tenants in the entertainment industry: The Children's Television Workshop/Sesame Workshop (which makes Sesame Street), and the prestigious American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP); the headquarters of ASCAP have been at One Lincoln Plaza since 1974. The building can be seen in almost any scene that was filmed in the plaza at Lincoln Center, after 1971, including Ghostbusters. It is also noticeable in almost any film shot in Central Park.