It was just last week that the Bauhouse Group announced they had obtained demolition permits for their 900-foot-tall residential tower planned at 428-432 East 58th Street, near Sutton Place. The project won’t be complete until 2019, but we now have an exclusive preview of the views from the Norman Foster-designed tower.
A camera was sent up to capture 360-degree images from 100 feet and up. From 900 feet, just some of the things you’ll be able to see are Central Park, the George Washington Bridge, 432 Park Avenue, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, Sony Tower, the Citigroup Center, One World Trade Center, the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge, Roosevelt Island, the RFK Bridge, the Hell Gate Bridge, the United Nations, and the Williamsburg Bridge.
The view remains cool at the 500-foot mark.
At the 100-foot-mark, you get a pretty good look at 58th Street itself, including the Bloomberg Tower.
Of the planned building itself, last week, Joseph Beninati, Managing Member of The Bauhouse Group, said, “We believe that our world class team and union contractors will develop a building that mirrors the elegance and storied past of the Sutton Place neighborhood.” The approximately 80-story-tall tower will have 115 condos spread across 270,000 square feet, meaning each unit will average 2,348 square feet.