NEW YORK | 111 West 57th St | 1,428 FT | 91 FLOORS


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Midtown and plane wing by Supremecourtjester, on Flickr


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https://www.instagram.com/p/BqEOAthg1ce/

https://www.instagram.com/p/BqD9VkNlzQF/


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When do all of the ornamental setbacks start?


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80/91, 88%
The entire structure is 76% up…1,087/1,428


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Thanks, Tom.


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Oh wow. I dont think I realized how large this crown will be


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Pics by me. All taken today.


20181116_101933 by Christopher Estevez, on Flickr


20181116_102036 by Christopher Estevez, on Flickr


20181116_102039 by Christopher Estevez, on Flickr


20181116_102122 by Christopher Estevez, on Flickr


20181116_102158 by Christopher Estevez, on Flickr


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Does BMU stand for something like Building Maintenance Unit? I don’t suppose residents will have access to the very top portion of the building which is supposed to get so slender as to “disappear into thin air”? Does anyone know what the dimensions of the very top will be?


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You’re right on the first two things you stated. And it’ll be around an estimated 20×60 at the very top


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Thank you!


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So I just looked at the zoning documents and the biggest tower section is exactly 58.75x79.84. Since each setback is 5.42 feet and there is 12 setbacks to the top crown, the very top is actually 58.73×14.8.


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That’s a shame residents can’t go up to the very top, it’s not so thin up there they’d have to move single file.


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the taller it gets the crazier (in a good way haha) it looks


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Two Seasons in Central Park (Gapstow Bridge) by Noel Y. Calingasan (nyclovesnyc), on Flickr


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