New York by Gehry at Eight Spruce Street
By Rhonda S.
January 12, 2018 7:11pm CST
This is a 76 story building in New York. I love the outside architectural waves that look as if the walls are somewhat in motion. It was created by an amazing architect named Frank Gehry who has made other famous and wonderful buildings, one of which is the Walt Disney Concert Hall. It holds residential apartments, and the rentals run from 5 to 10 thousand dollars a month. The views are spectacular, and the units are lovely also. Fifteen floors is the highest I've been in an elevator. I can't imagine riding up to the 70th floor or even as high as the 40th floor, but I'm terrified of heights. What is the highest floor you've achieved in an elevator?
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• Green Bay, Wisconsin
I once went to the top of Sears Tower in Chicago. That was an experience. It felt like I left my stomach on the bottom floor as the speed of the elevator going that high was fast. I'm also afraid of heights, so it was the only time I went up there while I was still married.
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@JohnRoberts Those are and were very large buildings. I can only imagine how you felt when 9/11 happened, because you had been inside and thought about the people there who were there that day. Sorry, I can't seem to write what I'm trying to say about it.
Wow! I live on the 4th floor and I think $650 Canadian is a lot. I once visited a friend who lived on the 17th floor in a building which had a balcony and I went out on it for a few seconds and it scared me. I don't like heights either unless it's a mountain.