432 Park Avenue has finally passed the mechanical levels that had caused a stall in its ascent, and the superstructure is rising once again. The tower is roughly 40% of its total height, and has just over 800 feet to go before topping-out; given that an 800-foot tower on its own is impressive, the scale of the future 1,398-foot supertall remains difficult to conceive.
Almost at the 600 foot mark, 432 Park Avenue is still below the Midtown plateau. The building is just beginning to peer into the skyline, and is visible from several vantage points in Central Park. The next two months will mark the most apparent growth in the tower’s prominence, as 432 Park surpasses neighbors like the GM Building and Bloomberg Tower, both of which it will eventually dwarf.
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