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Old Posted Oct 22, 2019, 9:16 PM
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The upcoming 900 ft. Sutton Place tower is gonna dominate the foreground, near the Queensboro Bridge.

It's nearly halfway up but hidden by the Sovereign (the massive 1970's-era tower near the bridge).

And, wow, what a view; spectacular. Midtown just needs a grand centerpiece; something approaching 2,000 ft.
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Remember when people claimed 432 Park stuck out like a sore thumb?

It may not even be among the 10 tallest in Midtown a few years from now.
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Remember when people claimed 432 Park stuck out like a sore thumb?

It may not even be among the 10 tallest in Midtown a few years from now.

Yeah, it was just the coming of the supertall army.



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