Tallest Building In New York Will Be Built By 2015
The tallest residential tower in Manhattan, New York is going to be finished in 2015. The design by Rafael Vinoly Architects is quite straightforward and simple. The new tower that is currently under construction will be just 146 higher than the Empire State Building (antenna spire not included) and will be located on Park Avenue overlooking Central Park, Hudson and East Rivers, and Atlantic Ocean. The tower that’s called 432 Park Avenue will be sleek and tall featuring amenities occupying around 30,000 square feet of space and 10 by 10 windows.
Tallest Tower In New York To Be Built By 2015
The project has already gathered a billion dollars selling condominiums in the price range of $7 to $95 million. The tower will offer private elevators, restaurant, outdoor garden, spa, sauna, fitness centre, 75-foot swimming pool, library, and even a performance venue.
The building is to become the tallest in the Western Hemisphere, yet it is rather narrow which means less of ground space is occupied by it. With the construction started back in September 2011 the tower has its own website where you can observe as it is built day by day thanks to three cameras installed on the 56th Street, 57th Street, and Park Avenue. Some of the building is already built and documented with the pictures.
The rendered images of the interiors look quite luxurious. The huge windows allow plenty of natural light in.
You can also experience the views through the website. You can observe New York from 1271, 1162, 1007, and 667 feet of the 432 Park Avenue. You can see the Empire State Building, Crysler Building, Central Park, and other Manhattan landmarks.
What do you think about the 432 Park Avenue tower?
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