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Old Posted May 25, 2024, 9:22 PM
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This is all rather odd. Either way taller the better to fill up this part of the skyline. Getting Blade Runner vibes.

Maybe someone can pop this design in the view from Top Of The Rock and from the ESB.
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Old Posted May 25, 2024, 11:51 PM
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^ i wouldn’t bother as its just a design firm practicing their chops with a random vision.
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Old Posted Jun 1, 2024, 2:03 AM
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Hope Barnett upsizes this project to stand with the bigger boys in Midtown. 1,300 ft would be nice.



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Old Posted Jun 1, 2024, 2:11 AM
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I really hope that Extell goes with the condo/hotel format and that it gets a new design. The initial designs shown to the Community Board were mediocre. 520 Fifth, by contrast, is utterly spectacular.
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Old Posted Jun 1, 2024, 8:26 PM
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I found the designs to be pretty nice. We would be lucky to get either, and not some bland, boring blue box. But if Extell moves forward with the mixed-use tower, they could perhaps reach for more height. It’s becoming harder to compete on the Manhattan skyline. 1,000 ft is the new 700 ft.













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Old Posted Jun 1, 2024, 9:02 PM
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Didn’t KPF design this, 520 Fifth and 347 Madison? I find those buildings mundane but for 520 Park, which is gorgeous. However, as noted elsewhere, 347 Madison apparently has a new, striking design which is more apropos for KPF.

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520 Park is not the same as 520 5th Ave, 520 Park is a RAMSA building.

Also whatever happens here regardless of the design being updated or not/whatever we end up getting, the proposals we know of are not mundane at all, there's no doubt that the quality of the cladding would be extremely high. Not everything needs to be overly embellished to be nice.
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Yeah, I’m expecting Extell to put up something nice here in either case.
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