Posted by Jonathan J. Miller -Monday, April 9, 2012, 12:03 PM
New York Magazine does a really great job taking a visual approach to how I look at value by changes in floor level and views in Manhattan high-rises. I selected 301 West 57th Street (here are some view photos from a random listing in building) for the analysis since it has views of Central Park to the northeast, and it is a typical 1980’s development with (nearly) continuous unit lines from bottom to top. New development in the last decade abandoned that design approach by shifting towards larger units on higher floors.
Love how it turned out. Enjoy!