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This nighttime skyline of Midtown Manhattan says something dramatic about the way the city is changing. On the left, a soaring new skyscraper at 432 Park Avenue dwarfs the giants of their time, including the Citigroup Center (with the slanting roof.)
Behind the scenes, both buildings are special in their way. First of all, 432 Park Avenue is the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere, easily surpassing the Freedom Tower and Empire State building, but it’s also one of the plainest, nothing special about its looks, except for the height.
The Citigroup Center doesn’t really have that name anymore, since it was sold. It’s now just known by its simple street address: 601 Lexington Avenue. It stumbled through some serious architectural blunders when it was built. My favorite is the slanting roof, which was made like that to accommodate solar panels, a plan that had to be dropped because the angled roof meant they could never get sunlight full on.
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