Goodson-Todman's offices were housed in a number of buildings over the years. Their first known location was at 49 E. 52nd St., New York City, New York. They than moved to 485 Madison Ave. for a short time, followed by 41 E. 57th St., before moving into their most well known address at the Seagram Building at 375 Park Avenue, New York City, New York.
Most of the company's production moved to Hollywood in the early seventies (as did many other production companies), starting with the ABC revival of Password in 1971. The West Coast offices were based first at 449 S. Beverly Dr., before moving to 6430 Sunset Boulevard and later to 5750 Wilshire Boulevard. The company's last New York-based show was the 1980s version of To Tell the Truth, but the East Coast office remained open and was used for East Coast Child's Play auditions.
The CBS Studio Building is a seven-story office building in midtown Manhattan that was built in 1907. It has at various times served as a Vanderbilt family guest house, the first graduate school of the Juilliard School, CBS Radio studios and Columbia Records studio. It is currently owned by the Fisher Brothers who converted it to an office building in conjunction with construction of the 45-story Park Avenue Plaza to its east.
485 Madison Ave., New York City, New York
CBS Radio was headquarted at this building until 1939, when it bought the building across the street (49 E. 52nd St.) to move its radio operations, except for the main network newsroom.
41 E. 57th St., New York City, New York
The Fuller Building is an office skyscraper in Manhattan. It was built for the Fuller Construction Company in 1929 after they moved from the Flatiron Building.
375 Park Ave., New York City, New York
The Seagram Building is a skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan.