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Ground Broken for Supertall Commercial Tower One Vanderbilt in Midtown East

One Vanderbilt Avenue from Bryant Park, courtesy SL Green
Comments (6)
  1. Monath says:

    That poor guy, second from the left on the ground breaking shot 🙂

  2. David says:

    According to the tallest in Midtown East, a structure statement showing the impressive of tower must have.

  3. Sonny says:

    I thought the pinnacle was 1500′ and the roof was 1400′

  4. Cheramie says:

    That’s how we get things done, says the Mayor. To give a developer the right to build 1,401 feet into the air for a promise of $220 million for mass transit is a bad deal. It will take that amount and more just to handle the increase in commuters contributed by the new building. The World Trade train station cost $4 billion, and the Fulton Center station $1.4 billion. Then, the Mayor said that the upper floor tenants won’t be allowed to move in until the transit is in place. The building has 58 floors, so which ones are considered the upper, floors 54 – 58? The building is scheduled to be compleated in 2020, de Blasio won’t even be the Mayor then. Who is going to remember and monitor this agreement? Once again ,a bad deal that we the residents of the city will wind up paying for.

  5. Mike says:

    Wow, a very impressive building! Similarly, I can only imagine what the rent per square foot will be!

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