432 Park Avenue continues its rapid climb, and the tower continues to climb the ranks of New York City’s tallest buildings; as of today’s update, the core stands 961 feet above street level, while the perimeter forms are 930 feet tall. Those numbers make Vinoly’s building the 8th tallest structure in Manhattan, just shorter than 150 Greenwich Street, and slightly taller than 70 Pine Street.
The building — which CIM and Macklowe are developing — will soon stand 1,397 feet to its pinnacle. While sales have been swift, details on the uppermost penthouse residences have been slow to arrive; Curbed had a recent reveal for a $79.5 million unit that will occupy the entire 92nd floor.
While progress at 432 Park Avenue may slow down imminently — as the tower traverses another set of relatively complicated mechanical floors — the building’s overall rise has been very rapid, and the ‘supertall’ should top-out by the end of 2014, with completion expected by 2015.
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