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One Vanderbiltm Building / KPF

The first tower completed as part of New York City?s East Midtown Rezoning, and with a direct connection to its metro and regional transit system, One Vanderbilt symbolizes the city?s resilience and looks to the future of its central business district with a number of public realm benefits, carefully crafted materiality, and a tapered form that establishes a striking skyline presence.
View from South. Opening, September 2020. Image © Raimund Koch

architects: KPFLocation: New York, NY, United StatesProject Year: 2020Photographs: Raimund KochPhotographs: Courtesy of KPFPhotographs: Liane CurtisPhotographs: Donna DotanPhotographs: Sam MorganPhotographs: Peter WalkerPhotographs: AtchainArea: 160722.0 m2
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