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great height/proportion for this neighborhood . .
coloration of the terra-cotta paste-ons . .
may look kinda insipid . .
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Incredible how at 800 ft, this won't make an iota of a difference.

I think the city is just getting warmed up. This boom is just a warm up. We still have the Midtown East Rezoning to look forward too.

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First Peek Inside Ceruzzi Properties/SMI's Underway Midtown Skyscraper
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In December, we reported that 138 East 50th Street, a new 62-story condo in the heart of Midtown East, has begun its 803-foot-high climb. We also showed you images of the glass-and-terracotta façade mock-up designed by Pelli Clarke Pell Architects with Permasteelisa Group. Now, the project’s co-developer, Ceruzzi Properties, has published a handful of new renderings of the tower’s entryway, lobby and swimming pool.






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Any updates for this building?
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Any updates for this building?
I walked by recently, and it looks very tall from the street. It has to be very close to topping out.
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Man that interaction with the streetwall is such a freaking disaster.
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Weird pool. Is your runway model girlfriend supposed to sit on the floor (no loungers?) while blocking the way for the other model trying to walk past?
And why are guys wearing sunglasses inside?

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Weird pool. Is your runway model girlfriend supposed to sit on the floor (no loungers?) while blocking the way for the other model trying to walk past?
And why are guys wearing sunglasses inside?

I don't mind. I've noticed this a lot in S.Florida real estate renderings that they always have the pools, with Victoria Secret models walking around. This is not the case in real life. Unless your at a P.Diddy or Jay-Z party.

And besides, if she needs to get past her, she simply brushes up against her to get to the other side while the guy with the sunglasses watches from afar. I see nada wrong with that scenario.
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^Who knows, they might even strike up a conversation and eventually kiss. Giggity.

Although, lounging on a beach towel in this dimly lit room looks ridiculous. As for the development itself, I like it a lot. Love the stepped back facade a la many 1920s-era towers nearby.
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Although, lounging on a beach towel in this dimly lit room looks ridiculous. .
Most of new renders are ridiculous and out of touch with reality. Perfect people in a perfect world a la Second Life. American Dream 2.0.
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800' in this exact spot is extremely conspicuous.

Happily, this tower's design makes it a good thing.

Inicdentally, I do hope we get an update on 425 Park nearby.

I mention that becuase this tower just reminds me of it in terms of presence and simple elegance.
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