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Articles about "432 Park Avenue"

  • Rafael Viñoly and 432 Park Avenue By Helen Olivo | February 01, 2016

    Move over, One World Trade Center, you’ve got competition. 432 Park Ave is taking NYC luxury living to the next level.

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  • In the Shadow of As-of-Right Development: New Yorkers Take On Extell By Tim Sheehan | February 20, 2014

    Community Board 5 held a public forum on the impact of the “supertowers” ascending south of Central Park last night, and the public is none too pleased with the rampant development along the 57th Street corridor. Due to demand, the event was relocated to the 500-person Celeste Bartos Forum in the New York Public Library.

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  • Extell Switches up Its Strategy: One57 Listings Now Public By Stephanie Fujihashi | February 10, 2014

    Heads up, millionaires and real estate investors: One57, one of the many luxury high-rises in Midtown North, is now listing their units publicly.

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  • Bargains for Billionaires in New York Real Estate By Bryan Gamble | November 07, 2013

    Placing the words ‘billionaire’ and ‘bargain’ in the same sentence is really one of those weird phenomenons that is only possible in New York City real estate. But it’s true, the New York City price range for luxury real estate is a relative steal when considering the prices one can find in any other foreign metropolis.

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  • SKY HIGH: The New Exhibit at the Skyscraper Museum By Shwetha Ravishankar | October 24, 2013

    The Skyscraper Museum’s latest exhibit “SKY HIGH & the Logic of Luxury” is on from October all through April of 2014. True to its name, this time round the museum has dedicated an entire exhibit to bring to light the recent proliferation of the slim, super-slim, and ultra-luxurious residential towers that are rising to the skies in Manhattan.

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  • Macklowe's Risk is the Midtown Skyline's Reward By Olivia Smedley | October 17, 2013

    Harry Macklowe is nothing short of a risk taker. The developer and founder of Macklowe Properties has had successes, a few failures, and more adversaries than can be counted on both hands. His next confrontation with danger in the real estate world is none other than 432 Park Ave, the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere.

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  • The Growing Billionaire Demographic in New York By Bryan Gamble | October 03, 2013

    The New York City luxury real estate market has been in a continuous upswing over the past several years and has reached unprecedented heights. This booming market is largely due to an influx of the rich, amounting to some 70 billionaires and 389,000 millionaires living in or owning property in New York.

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  • One57 and the Coming Monoliths of Midtown By Bryan Gamble | September 19, 2013

    In the past several years New Yorkers have witnessed their city change before their eyes as new buildings have sprung up throughout the boroughs and helped the city recover from financial uncertainty. Perhaps the most visually striking aspect of this new New York is the abundance of newly-built towers in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens that are typically luxury condominiums. Skyscrapers are nothing new to the city, but gargantuan residences have irritated an audible portion of New Yorkers resistant to such developments.

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  • NYC’s Luxury Buildings Going the Downton Abbey Way By Aby Thomas | July 17, 2013

    It may be a little hard to believe, but there’s definitely a little bit of Downton Abbey to be found in some of New York City’s most high profile luxury residential buildings. In the popular British television drama series, the well-to-do Crawley family live on the opulent top floors of their stately home, while relegating their trove of servants to the smaller—and much less glamorous—quarters below. Now, while one may think that this “upstairs-downstairs” concept is a relic of the early 20th century era the show is set in, this principle is still very much in use in some of Manhattan’s finest buildings, which include 15 Central Park West, One57 and 432 Park Avenue.

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  • 432 Park Avenue Will Now Have Two Penthouses By Aby Thomas | July 11, 2013

    Image Courtesy of DBOX for CIM Group & Macklowe Properties 432 Park Avenue just can’t seem to stay out of the news. The 1,396-foot tall tower, which first hit the deadlines for being the tallest residential building that is currently being constructed in New York City, caused quite a stir in the city’s real estate sector when it announced that it was putting out its top floor penthouse on the market with a price tag of $95 million. The buzz about the building then continued when that same penthouse reportedly got into contract for the full asking price. But now, the developers have gone ahead and one-upped themselves—there’s now going to be a second penthouse in the Rafael Vinoly-designed tower.

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