The surrounding community is seeking support in its protest of a super-tall building planned at 430 East 58th Street. The developer began the foundation prior to a zoning change that disallows the planned height. The Board of Standards Appeals is reviewing whether the height can be as planned, or must be limited.

JPMorgan Chase has announced plans to demolish its headquarters building at 270 Park Avenue early in 2019. The building is located at Park Avenue between 47th and 48th streets and houses 15,000 employees. It will be replaced by a 70- story tower, 500 feet taller than the existing 52 stories, enabled by the planned purchase of unused air rights from buildings in the area.

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The surrounding community is seeking support in its protest of a super-tall building planned at 430 East 58th Street. The developer began the foundation prior to a zoning change that disallows the planned height. The Board of Standards Appeals is reviewing whether the height can be as planned, or must be limited.

JPMorgan Chase has announced plans to demolish its headquarters building at 270 Park Avenue early in 2019. The building is located at Park Avenue between 47th and 48th streets and houses 15,000 employees. It will be replaced by a 70- story tower, 500 feet taller than the existing 52 stories, enabled by the planned purchase of unused air rights from buildings in the area.

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