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Seriously, am i the only one who thinks the tower is a bit TOO tall? like, its height is throwing the new york skyline a bit off, in my opinion
What you are saying is in complete opposition of the purpose of this forum. Which is appreciation of super tall skyscrapers. The tallest skyscrapers in the world, in fact.
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Anyway, current height?
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Seriously, am i the only one who thinks the tower is a bit TOO tall?
yes
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A gigapan with 432 Park Ave.

Panorama: http://gigapan.com/gigapans/156696

Also, you can see other projects such as the HY, and Riverside Center along with One57.
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Well, since im very new here, i didnt realize that 432 park avenue would be the one of the couple superskyscrapers in new york soon, so that was pretty idiotic of me.
By the way, now that i noticed it, the couple supertalls being built soon are like a throwback to 1930s new york, where downtown manhattan had a few pretty tall skyscrapers, that stand out alot
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A friend of mine captured 432 from the Met. I can barely fathom how tall it is already, I can't believe it'll be growing for at least a little while longer.


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