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Rafael Viñoly’s boxy Nomad condo tops out

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The 55-story structure has topped out at 663 feet

Via Field Condition

Six months after sales got underway on Rafael Viñoly’s Nomad condo, the 55-story building has now topped out at 663 feet. Photos by Field Condition reveal that the superstructure has topped out, and the lower portions of the building are now clad in its facade, which is made up of glass and concrete panels.

We last checked in with the construction site in July last year, and at that time, the structure was about a third to the top—it’s progressed pretty rapidly since.

The building will have a total of 130 residences (with interiors by Jeffrey Beers International) that will come in one through three-bedroom variants, including two full-floor penthouses on the top two floors of the building. Sales launched in September with apartments asking from $1.9 million.

Presently available units run from $1.925 million and go up to $9.2 million, according to StreetEasy. As with any swanky, starchitect-attached building, this one too has a host of amenities. We got a first look at the building’s two-level amenity package in January this year.

The Victor Group and Lendlease-developed building is still on track to wrap construction by the end of the year.

277 5th Ave

277 5th Avenue, Manhattan, NY 10016