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Old Posted Jul 5, 2012, 11:20 PM
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To me this tower looks incomplete. The roof looks like it was supposed to be a setback to the last piece of the building. Still have yet to grow to like this building :/
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This tower is quite visible on the skyline, but I always forget about it. It's definitely a nice building.
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This reminds me of 3 wtc
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It's a clean design but I would say it's fairly boring. For such a massive tower (just under 1,000 ft) I am suprised it's not a little bit more distinct.
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It's a clean design but I would say it's fairly boring. For such a massive tower (just under 1,000 ft) I am suprised it's not a little bit more distinct.
The earlier plan for the site was taller and more distinctive ( I have a sketch somewhere ), but in the end, it was not to be.



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Can One Beacon Court—king of the flip, but otherwise a somewhat boring Midtown building beloved by business-world billionaires—sell for $115 million an apartment that most recently sold for around $24 million? We're about to find out!

Hedge funder Steven Cohen of SAC Capital Advisors has, as promised, formally listed his One Beacon pad, the building's only duplex, for that whopping $115M price tag. The apartment received a Gwathmey Siegel renovation that leaves us a little cold, though Cohen's odd art collection (minus the head made of frozen blood, which is maybe a little much for a listing pic) enlivens things a bit.













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