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By 1927, not just tall; immensely tall, true towers, the first skyscrapers built for permanent living. The tallest of them , shooting up from the pavement at the corner of Fifty-seventh Street and Park Avenue. Built for blue-bloods and tycoons by Emery Roth, in October 1926 and one of the first residential buildings in New York constructed in sympathy with the city's landmark zoning law of 1916.

Concerned about diminishing sunlight and fresh air in the canyonlike streets created by the closely massed skyscrapers of lower Manhattan, a limit on the maximum height and bulk of tall buildings. upon the width of the street a building faced; if to exceed the legal limit, set back, roughly one foot for each four feet of additional height.

Forced to work within the confines of the so-called zoning envelope, constructing 'set-back' skyscrapers, with sections of the buildings set back further and further as from their bases into the island's sky. 'Wedding cake' architecture, it.

forty-one stories high. The tallest inhabited building in the world, the skyline of Midtown Manhattan as that of lower Manhattan. unobstructed views in all directions for a distance of twenty-five miles on clear days, 'panorama[s] unexcelled in all New York,' .

a new way of living for the rich. sky dwellers, their 'mansions in the clouds' higher than . In its architectural aspirations alone, the shoot-for-the-moon spirit of the Jazz Age. Sculpted in rusticated limestone, from its base 'like a telescope,' up through its set-back terraces to a square tower crowned by a glistening copper roof.