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Old Posted Apr 23, 2017, 4:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr Saturn64 View Post
30 Park Place, along with 220 Central Park South, almost seem to be a sort of Art Deco Revival, which looks very nice and very fitting with the surroundings. I would love it if this new form of an old style would start to become a trend, and be seen in other cities.
I would too, but it's expensive and hard to do well. 30 Park Place looks well enough to me, with its use of precast concrete, and is more realistic. Stern has a similar building in Chicago going up now. I can't see many buildings like 220 Central Park going up in many other U.S. cities. Hard to find many places where buyers will pay enough for condos to support a limestone highrise.