NEW YORK | 520 Park Ave | 780 FT | 52 FLOORS


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Pic by me. Taken 6/23/17.

520 Park Ave as viewed from LIC. If you zoom in, its in the middle following the road in the distance.


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TECTONIC


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201706084 New York City Upper East Side Met Museum by taigatrommelchen, on Flickr


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TECTONIC


#406

John Boehner!


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https://www.instagram.com/paulwhalennyc/


#408

Gorgeous!


#409

I agree


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August 11th, 2017


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@520_park_avenue
Part of the stellar crew working at the site of 520 Park Avenue celebrating a job well done with some bubbly as the last piece of limestone façade is being ready to be installed. The latest collaboration Zeckendorf Development and Robert A M Stern architects is now standing tall in all of its limestone glory as part of the distinct skyline of New York City’s Upper East Side.


#412

This tower is stunning!!

Hopefully, the filthy tenements next door will be redeveloped. Only in NY!


#413

Scaffoldings have gone up in front of the four townhouses next to 520 Park Ave. Looks like they are getting a complete overhaul of their facades and storefronts right now.


#414

That’s great news! Can you take a photo?


#415

Scaffoldings are up and it looks like the work on the neighboring townhouse facades has started.


#416

Awesome!!!

Do they have a rendering of how it will look?


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#418

Nice shot, 5B!
Is that from the GM Building?


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This tower is beautiful.

I hope that these filthy tenements are restored.

In fact, these heinous eyesores grossly contradict the following statement from the developer’s website about the location:

“A neighborhood that evokes privacy, prestige and success unlike any other. New York’s finest residences, best restaurants, most elegant shopping and iconic examples of pre-war architecture, right outside your door.”

Contrary to that statement, “right outside your door” are dilapidated pieces of garbage with a cheap deli and a nail salon.