Get a Look at the 900-Foot Views From Norman Foster’s Sutton Place Tower

December 8, 2015

Bauhouse Group received permits just a week ago to raze a string of buildings at 428-432 East 58th Street in Sutton Place, and as 6sqft previously reported, the developer had tapped starchitect Norman Foster to design the 900-foot luxury residential tower. New York Yimby now has a first look at the building’s stunning views from 100 feet and up. From the top, “just some of the things you’ll be able to see are Central Park, the George Washington Bridge, 432 Park Avenue, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, Sony Tower, the Citigroup Center, One World Trade Center, the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge, Roosevelt Island, the RFK Bridge, the Hell Gate Bridge, the United Nations, and the Williamsburg Bridge.”

Here’s the rest of the 360-degree views from 900 feet:

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428 East 58th Street-900 feet-1

And here we are at 500 feet:

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428 East 58th Street-500 feet-2

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And finally, the views from 100 feet:

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428 East 58th Street-Norman Foster-100 feet-2

At 80 stories, the tower will take up 270,000 square feet with 115 condos coming in at around 2,348 square feet each. As 6sqft noted, “the tower will be the first new high-rise in the neighborhood in decades. Furthermore, it will be the second-tallest residential building on the east side, behind only the 1,358-foot 432 Park Avenue.”

3 Sutton Place, 428 East 58th Street, NYC condo buildings, Norman Foster, Foster + Partners

428-432 East 58th Street, Sutton Place, Norman Foster

The project is expected to be completed in 2019. You can stay up to date on listings and progress at CityRealty.

[Via NY Yimby]


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