Construction Update: 432 Park Avenue

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CIM’s 432 Park Avenue has crossed another important milestone, as the core forms for the tower have now breached the 500-foot mark; though the superstructure is still invisible from most of Manhattan, it will pierce the Midtown plateau within two months. Besides One57, which is also new, Midtown is dominated by a slew of buildings in the 700 to 900 foot range – notable examples including the GM Building, 30 Rock, the Bloomberg Tower, CitySpire, and the MetLife Building. 432 Park will be the first building above the Empire State Building to truly soar into supertall territory.

The pace of construction in recent weeks has accelerated, as 432 Park Avenue only passed neighboring 450 Park Avenue in late August to become the tallest building on the block; by this time next year, it will be the tallest skyscraper in New York City.

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2 Comments on "Construction Update: 432 Park Avenue"

  1. I love these updates… why are some of the windows recessed while others are flush?


    • New York YIMBY | September 16, 2013 at 1:27 pm |

      432 Park will have intermittent ‘open’ floors, between sections that are actually habitable – this is probably the cause.

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