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IN THE PRESS

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October 22, 2021

Summit One Vanderbilt

 

OCTOBER 22, 2021

 

Looking up from street level and further back from
Sixth Avenue reveals the intricately designed crown
that culminates with the white architectural spire.
Tucked behind the staggered and sloped setbacks
are a set of large window washing rigs provided by
R&R Scaffolding. They are only visible when put into operation and stay hidden behind the walls of the crown.

October 21, 2021

SUMMIT One Vanderbilt Opens To
The Public In Midtown East, Manhattan

Photos by Michael Young

Photos by Michael Young

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IN THE PRESS

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October 22, 2021

Summit One Vanderbilt

 

OCTOBER 22, 2021

 

Recent photos show the completed look of the glass curtain wall, the reflective gray spines that run the entire vertical height of the tower, the diagonal perimeter columns on
the western elevation, the entire back side of the steel superstructure facing the East River, and the landscaping populating the outdoor terraces on the setbacks.
Three illuminating fins top the structure along with
BMUs provided by R&R Scaffolding, Ltd.

December 18, 2021

Final Touches Underway On Norman Foster's 425 Park Avenue In Midtown East, Manhattan

Photos by Michael Young

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YIMBY captured the building’s building maintenance unit (BMU) being carefully raised in multiple pieces by the construction crane and placed within the crown last week. R&R Scaffolding Ltd. provided the BMU equipment in several truck deliveries parked along Flatbush Avenue Extension. The scaffolding system will sit 20 feet above the center of the roof parapet in order to gain clearance above the air conditioning units and 12 pieces of the curtain wall that line the edges of the crown.

February 9, 2022

Photos by Michael Young

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