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Wow! Looking good!!! Can't wait to be done soon.
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432 Park Avenue is a big and slender building...
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As it starts to take it's final form I have decided that I love it. It's a great bridge between the new and the old. It's simplicity makes it hard to determine what style it is. Perhaps modernist with a brutalist influence (although the brutalism will probably fade once all those flush windows are installed.) It's so understated and elegant in this simplicity. You can't help but awe at it, yet it didn't ask you too. It doesn't scream 'HEY LOOK AT ME!'. It's just kind of...there. Stoic and unafraid to be picked at, it has nothing to hide.
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