The 601 Lexington Avenue tower, formerly known as Citicorp Center, is one of New York’s most recognized and iconic skyscrapers. With its distinctive sloped roofline and shimmering aluminum cladding, the entire building sits on four “super columns” which allow the building to open at the base. The complex includes a retail complex, a subway stop, and Saint Peter’s Lutheran Church, all arranged around a landscaped public plaza.
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