City Hall stands in front of Newspaper Row - the former publishing headquarters of The World (left), The Tribune (center) and The New York Times (right) in downtown Manhattan, circa 1904. Behind The New York Times building, which was located at 41 Park Row, is the American Tract Society, a publisher of religious books. split The Times building, at 41 Park Row, was first constructed in 1858 as a five-story building by Thomas R. Jackson in the Romanesque revival style on the site of a former Presbyterian church. Today, The old TImes building is part of Pace University and is the oldest of the surviving Newspaper Row buildings. In 1904, The Times moved from downtown to a new building, Times Tower, on 42nd Street, between Broadway and Seventh Avenue.