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Central Park Tower About To Become The Tallest Residential Building In The World

Gothamist Monday, 16 September 2019
Central Park Tower About To Become The Tallest Residential Building In The WorldAt 131 stories and 1,550 feet, the luxury residential tower will be the second tallest structure in the U.S. [ more › ]
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News video: Towering Heights! ‘Topping-Out Ceremony’ Held for Tallest Residential Building in the World

Towering Heights! ‘Topping-Out Ceremony’ Held for Tallest Residential Building in the World 01:09

New York City may not have the world’s tallest building but it now has the tallest residential building in the world! Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.

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