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building of the year, Features, New Developments

VOTE for 6sqft’s 2016 Building of the Year!

By 6sqft, Sat, December 10, 2016

For new developments, 2015 was the year of reveals, but 2016 was all about watching these buildings reshape our city. Ahead we’ve narrowed a list of 12 news-making residential structures, each noted for their distinctive design, blockbuster prices, or their game-changing potential on the skyline or NYC neighborhoods.

Which of these you think deserves 6sqft’s title of 2016 Building of the Year? Have your say below. Polls for our third annual competition will be open up until 11:59 p.m., Sunday, December 11th*, and we will announce the winner on Tuesday, December 13th!

Learn more about each of the buildings in the running here

Architecture, Central Park South, Midtown, Urban Design

432 park, 432 park avenue, rafael vinoly, 432 park lighting design

Just in case you had trouble spotting the Western Hemisphere’s tallest residential tower, beginning Monday, 432 Park Avenue will debut a brand new lighting feature that will turn the 1,396-foot supertall into a glowing beacon. As LLNYC reports, 32 LEDs will fill the tower’s five open-air “drum floors” where the building’s mechanicals are situated. 432 Park‘s starchitect, Rafael Viñoly, worked with HDLC Architectural Lighting Design to develop the scheme.

more details here

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CityRealty, Features, infographic, Starchitecture

432 Park Avenue, DBOX, Macklowe Properties, Vinoly, Deborah Berke (52)

Closings at Macklowe Properties/CIM Group‘s Billionaires’ Row blockbuster 432 Park Avenue officially commenced just eight days into the new year, and now that enough time has gone by for these sales to be re-listed as rentals, CityRealty has put together an informative infographic that takes a look at the numbers at New York City’s tallest and most expensive residential building. There’s a lot of fun and fascinating info to be found ahead, but one of the most surprising facts? Of the 141 units available, only 13 have sold to date.

See the full infographic here

Cool Listings, Midtown, Starchitecture

432 Park Avenue, rafael vinoly, starchitecture, skyscraper rental, billionaires row

Less than a month after 432 Park Avenue recorded its first sale at $18,116,000, the first unit to close at the Billionaires’ Row blockbuster has appeared on the rental market for $60,000 a month (h/t Curbed). As 6sqft previously reported, “The unit is #35B, a massive 4,003-square-foot, three-bedroom pad with four-and-a-half baths, a private elevator landing, and 10-foot by 10-foot windows providing southern and western exposures with park views.” It was purchased via an LLC, 432 PARKVIEW, but now that it’s been re-listed as a rental, it’s also the first apartment whose interiors we get a peek at outside the generic, digitally-enhanced promotional images that accompany listings.

Take a look at the generic, non-digitally-enhanced interiors

Midtown, Recent Sales, Starchitecture

432 Park Avenue, DBOX, Macklowe Properties, Vinoly, Deborah Berke (50)

And so it begins! Closings at Macklowe Properties/CIM GroupBillionaires’ Row blockbuster 432 Park Avenue have officially commenced with its first sale showing an impressive $18.116 million figure, as city records released this afternoon reveal. The unit is #35B, a massive 4,003-square-foot, three-bedroom pad with four-and-a-half baths, a private elevator landing, and 10-foot by 10-foot windows providing southern and western exposures with park views. Documents show that the palatial home was purchased via a LLC, 432 PARKVIEW.

more on the sale and the floor plan here

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