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Bloomberg Tower

731 Lexington Avenue
New York City NY United States

Status: built Construction Dates Began 2001 Finished 2005 Floor Count 54 Building Uses - mixed use - conference - office - parking garage - residential - restaurant - retail Structural Types - highrise Architectural Style - modern Materials - glass - steel - concrete
Heights Value Source / Comments Antenna 941 ft Roof 806 ft Top floor 789 ft
- The building provides not only the Headquarters for the Bloomberg financial news service, but luxury condominiums beyond the 31st floor as well. The structural frame is also mixed: office and retail floors have a steel frame, while the residential portion is concrete.

- A key feature of this project is the central area called Beacon Court, which is a public space with an elliptical glass overhang.

- Previous designs were 868 feet and a twin towered concept of 420 feet.

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