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Old Posted Sep 5, 2021, 7:33 PM
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Acting as an awkward top hat for 340 on the Park might be the worst angle for this tower:

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Acting as an awkward top hat for 340 on the Park might be the worst angle for this tower:
It's one of the better southern views because you can't see the LoUvErS
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It's one of the better southern views because you can't see the LoUvErS
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That light colored ceiling in the blow thru floor. Does anyone think they might eventually paint it darker? It looks so strange.

Also im sure its been discussed on this thread endlessly...but what about some type of material that the air can still pass thru. It looks like they just stopped working right before they put up the walls.
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That light colored ceiling in the blow thru floor. Does anyone think they might eventually paint it darker? It looks so strange.

Also im sure its been discussed on this thread endlessly...but what about some type of material that the air can still pass thru. It looks like they just stopped working right before they put up the walls.
yeah...i still wish they would have just skipped the screening / grid outline completely - would look way better without it on that floor.
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That light colored ceiling in the blow thru floor. Does anyone think they might eventually paint it darker? It looks so strange.

Also im sure its been discussed on this thread endlessly...but what about some type of material that the air can still pass thru. It looks like they just stopped working right before they put up the walls.
I still think the blow-through would be the perfect location for a St. Regis marquee or logo!
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