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


#1278

am I the only one that doesn’t mind 330 Madison.
I think its fine. Nothing too sacrilegous nothing extraordinary but I def think there are other building in NYC that deserve to be redone before 330


#1279



Tec


#1280

Nice shot, Tec!


#1281

starting its appearence on park ave


#1282

This thing is gonna be freakin enormous


#1283

Can’t wait to see this pass the MetLife building. When that happens I think everyone will really start to take notice…“Another giant is on the rise.”


#1284

It already is enormous! This tower is insanely awesome


#1285

What are we at 600 feet?


#1286

36/67, 53%


#1287

Around 620 feet!


#1288

Soo, I don’t want to jump the gun here…but by Koloski’s count this has gone up 8 stories since July 31st. That’s averaging over a floor a week (8 floors/6 weeks). There are 25 weeks until the beginning of March, which is the earliest people are saying CPT or 111West could conceivably be topped out. If this thing keeps pace, it could even catch on of those (8/6 x 25 = 33 floors!) ?!


#1289

Today


#1290

OOOOO babyyyy :heart_eyes::heart_eyes:

Beautiful update JC. Thanks for sharing!


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#1293

midday friday


#1294

This beast doesn’t fit on cam anymore:

Source: Skyline Webcams


#1295

This one’s coming along beautifully, it’s one more reason why I’m a huge KPF fan!

On another note, what the hell are they doing to 277 Park Avenue?


#1296

I don’t see 277 Park in any of the above photos, but if there is a hoist up or something I assume JP Morgan Chase is beginning to move assets from 270


#1297

It was the photo taken on Park Avenue, where One Vanderbilt was just starting to become visible. I noticed some construction barriers around 277, and was wondering what was up.