Back in May it was reported that the official rendering for Extell’s Nordstrom Tower—a.k.a. Central Park Tower, a.k.a. NYC and the country’s future tallest tower (by roof height)—had finally been released by the developer, showing a glassy construction rising 1,523 feet from its 217 West 57th Street address. But now comes news from The Post’s Steve Cuozzo that the tower’s final design is actually “still up in the air.”
Reps told Cuozzo that all renderings we’ve seen floating around are “wrong,” and furthermore, that “no final image is available.” They also add that the 2018 completion date will now more likely be 2019.
However, even with no concrete design in place (at least for public viewing), construction on the tower is already well underway.
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