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Thursday 15 Jun 2006

El-Ad Properties and Tishman Construction Corporation celebrate topping out of a new condo tower

The construction of a new condominium tower in New York has reached the highest point of the structure. This 44-story building is Hell's Kitchen's newest luxury apartment tower, called The Link. The 215-unit glass building, designed by the New York-based team of Costas Kondylis and Partners and Gal Nauer Architects includes one-three bedroom apartment homes, two landscaped gardens, a fitness center, private storage for the residences, and a six-story townhouse attached to the base of the tower. Located just next to the Special Clinton District, where building heights are limited to 70 feet, the tower will offer residents "protected" views, together with an aluminum window wall system allowing floor-to-ceiling glass installed in a facade. The completion is scheduled by the first quarter of 2007.

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