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Carnegie Hall Tower

Identification

Carnegie Hall Tower
152-156 West 57th Street
113831

Map

Structure in General

skyscraper
existing [completed]
concrete
spread foundation
brick
applied masonry
brown
yellow
dark green
postmodernism

Usage

commercial office

Facts

  • The main shaft of the tower is only 50 feet wide.
  • Designed by Cesar Pelli to echo the materials and architecture of its adjacent landmark namesake, Carnegie Hall.
  • Carnegie Hall Tower offers its tenants spectacular, sweeping views of Central Park in its entirety, the Hudson River, the Palisades and classic City skyline vistas.
  • Considered one of Manhattan’s signature office buildings, Carnegie Hall Tower affords luxury services and security.
  • The lobby and common areas are finished in polished marble and granite, with hardwood and brass accents.
  • The designing of the tower was closely supervised by the city hall of New York, due to the historical value of the Music Hall buildings.
  • Former United States President Bill Clinton once planned to rent an office in the building but later changed his mind when he learned that the cheapest office available cost twice as much as he was willing to pay.
  • The architects were recognized with an Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects in 1994.

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Location

152 West 57th Street
10019
U.S.A.

Technical Data

757.01 ft
757.01 ft
757.01 ft
60
1
1988
1991
12.00 ft

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construction company, facade supplier, owner, property management, real estate agent, tenant