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What is the actual height?
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What is the actual height?
Currently 1,080
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Great composition on this shot. I hope to see this again when the crown is finished. Thanks.
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^ Yeah, that crown will be the feature that helps this one stand out on the skyline.



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Shot of Vanderbilt during the power blackout coverage.Screenshot taken. Via ABC7 Helicopter.


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Looking good! Would have been cool if the base of the building tied in (architecturally) to Grand Central, but understand this is trying to be its own thing. I do appreciate the bit of art deco influence in the design to fit with the area.
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I don't know if anyone posted here about is, but crown construction has finally resumed
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^^^What is the material used in the horizontal bands below the windows along the floor plates? And what is the color? It appears a tan band above a dark gray band. Thanks
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That material is white terra-cotta
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This tower complements Chrysler so well. The facade looks stunning.
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^^^What is the material used in the horizontal bands below the windows along the floor plates? And what is the color? It appears a tan band above a dark gray band. Thanks

if you want to see more -- the same company that made this also made the green terra cotta on the beautiful new deco throwback residential building next to the high line park in chelsea -- check it out!

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I am so glad to see terra cotta used again! It adds something very special to just about every building it has ever been placed upon. It says "Class" & "Style" & "Permanence" in a way that just glass alone can not. Stone is beautiful, however terra cotta has something different about it. A different quality altogether. Like on 111 W 57th St. it makes a statement! Here on One Vanderbilt it is understated and beautiful. And as stated before it compliments its stately neighbor, the Chrysler. Perfect choice!
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I am so glad to see terra cotta used again! It adds something very special to just about every building it has ever been placed upon. It says "Class" & "Style" & "Permanence" in a way that just glass alone can not. Stone is beautiful, however terra cotta has something different about it. A different quality altogether. Like on 111 W 57th St. it makes a statement! Here on One Vanderbilt it is understated and beautiful. And as stated before it compliments its stately neighbor, the Chrysler. Perfect choice!
It's making sort of a comeback. It will also be used on the SHoP designed supertall Downtown, but green...
http://jdsdevelopment.com/cherry-street/
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