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Thread: 400 Fifth Avenue @ 36th St - Setai Hotel and Condo - by Gwathmey Siegel & Associates

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    Default Getting a job there

    Hi, I asked this question before but does anyone know how to go about applying for a job there? How does this process work for buildings that aren't finished yet?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ablarc View Post
    "There": where?
    The hotel...

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    Nice photos.
    The building is beautiful during sunset. It just shimmers.
    Though I prefer this design for this area, I wonder what an all glass building with these type of windows would look like.

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    Nice ^

    From that angle 400 Fifth will hide a couple of new uglies to the south.

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    Fits right in. The quality of developments has improved by miles from what it use to be. The 60's through early 80's might as well be called the dark ages.

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    ^ Might could use a cornice.

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    True, they could've played off the same cornice they're using at the roofline.













    Notice there is more glazing on the corners of the upper stories.





















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    Great photos, Derek.

    PS: If you're in Times Sq., can you take some new photos of the Intercontinental?

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    There is a cornice there. It's there it just doesn't project out, it's within the building.

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    True. though I think a cornice that protruded out would have been more noticeable.


    LL: Sure I'll take some photos now and post them later this evening.

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    I think it's part of the design for it not to be so obvious. Like the windows, its just a little bit different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek2k3 View Post
    True. though I think a cornice that protruded out would have been more noticeable.


    LL: Sure I'll take some photos now and post them later this evening.
    Gracias, amigo.

    PPS: I don't mean to be pushy, but can you update the Cassa on 45th too?

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