6 Times Square (1902-1906) - known variously as the Knickerbocker Building, the "42nd Street Country Club", the Newsweek Building, and 1466 Broadway - is a building located at the southeast corner of Broadway and 42nd Street in New York City.
The historic building opened in 1906 as the Knickerbocker Hotel - "Knickerbocker" being an iconic Dutch surname associated with New York City. It was later home to Newsweek magazine (1940-1959) and after major restoration in 1980 is now used for garment showrooms and offices. It is a Beaux Arts style building constructed of red brick with terra cotta details and a prominent mansard roof. It was designed by Marvin & Davis, with Bruce Price as consultant, and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980 and designated a New York City Landmark in 1988.