New York's tallest residential tower unveiled

06/3/2008 | World Architecture News

The Beekman, a 76-story, Frank Gehry-designed tower, will be the tallest residential structure in New York City. Plans call for 903 rental apartments to rise above six stories of mixed-use development, including a public school, doctors' offices and retail shops. Now under construction in Lower Manhattan, the tower will also have two public spaces featuring the work of Dutch planting designer Piet Oudolf.

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