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Feb 3, ’21 1:28 PM EST

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Valued at $3.1 billion, 432 Park's 1,400-foot structure isn't without its flaws. Photo: Maciek Lulko/Flickr

Valued at $3.1 billion, 432 Park’s 1,400-foot framework is just not devoid of its flaws. Photograph: Maciek Lulko/Flickr

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Significantly less than a decade just after a spate of history-breaking condo towers achieved new heights in New York, the 1st experiences of flaws and complaints are commencing to emerge, elevating considerations that some of the building techniques and resources employed have not lived up to the engineering breakthroughs that only a short while ago enabled 1,000-foot-large trophy flats.&#13
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The New York Periods on complaints about substantial “leaks, creaks, breaks” in NYC’s preeminent supertall ultraluxury condominium tower, and briefly also tallest household setting up in the globe, 432 Park Avenue.

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