NEW YORK | One Vanderbilt | 1,401 FT | 67 FLOORS


#764

I’ll meet up if Robert agrees to bring Selma Hayek along.


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#766

Thats not “A” level work, thats A+ level work. :slight_smile:

Great shots.


#767

Now you’re talking, 5b!


#768

oh that’s my auntie


#769

Can be I be the uncle? :racehorse:


#770

:flushed:


#771

Hahaha. Thanks Chris -that made my day.


#772

and just when I thought my day couldn’t get any better…


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#776

https://www.instagram.com/p/BSRj8k7luAP/
@gramercyparkguy


#777

Nice shot, Tommy K!

That’s one of the best shots I’ve seen since the famous stills of Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct.

You are The Tominator!


#778

question about height. I recall this being +1550 feet or so, did it get a height reduction or are they no longer counting a spire or something?


#779

I think the height was cut.


#780

http://a810-bisweb.nyc.gov/bisweb/BScanJobDocumentServlet?requestid=3&passjobnumber=121189828&passdocnumber=01&allbin=1035350&scancode=ES871714770

Newly scanned zoning pdf
It shows the building is elevated at 60 feet


#781

Nice find, Mr. T.


#782

So,as far as I understand it’s officially 1401 ft to the spire and less than 1300 ft to the roof. What a disappointment! It’s pure tragedy that One Vanderbilt has lost two very important hights: 1500 ft to the tip and 400 m to the roof, now OV is just another supertall, just another 300+ m…
Or I’m wrong and the final height can still be increased?


#783

This is an amazing tower that any city would crave.

I’m pleased with it.