Live cams track progress at 432 Park

TRD New York /
Dec.December 07, 2012 11:00 AM

Despite the veil of secrecy surrounding 432 Park Avenue — set to be the city’s tallest residential property — the building has three skycams peering over the construction site and giving viewers a peek at the progress. The stream is available at and shows feeds from cameras positioned on Park Avenue, 56th Street and 57th Street, as the New York Observer reported.

“We strategically installed three cameras overlooking the site so that our friends and supporters would be able to watch our extraordinary building take shape,” a banner on the website reads.

The cameras apparently went live over the summer, and according to the Observer, but Macklowe Properties and CIM Group never publicized their feeds.

As The Real Deal reported in this month’s issue, the 432 Park site had a series of past lives — from a cow pasture to the site of the Drake Hotel. [NYO]Zachary Kussin

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