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Which NYC building was inspired by a trash basket?

Well not just any trash basket but rather a $225¬†Josef Hoffmann designed one was the inspiration for one of the buildings in the Billionaire’s Row area that is setting records for sales. Take a look at the below photos and see if you can spot the correct building.

The $225 Josef Hoffman designed waste paper basket that inspired one of the current record setting condo buildings in Midtown’s Billionaire’s Row.
220 CPS Vornado’s new condo near the Time Warner Center
How about this semi-supertall? Is this the right one?
432 Park avenue, the Rafael Vinoly designed building between 55th and 56th street certainly looks very square and has been selling very well according to reports.

If you guessed 432 Park avenue you are right. The building is about 75% sold and the least expensive apartment in this tower is $6.5 million which gets you a 1 bedroom of 1422 sqft or 132m2. According to the latest coverage on the building, it is selling well and they are negotiating prices and expect that by the end of next year it will be sold out.

432 Park avenue Tallest residential building in NYC

Much has been made of the luxury movement currently underway in Manhattan and 432 Park avenue to be finished this year will be the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere at 1396 feet tall and 96 stories. It was topped out late last year and can be seen from not only other boroughs but from other states. It is reported that the penthouse is already spoken for at $95mm.  Continue reading 432 Park avenue Tallest residential building in NYC