The invasion of slim residential skyscrapers—known as super-slenders—continues apace with a new luxury tower set to rise in Nomad. As first reported by Dezeen, the building will reach 1,001 feet and occupy the land between 260 and 264 Fifth Avenue.

Israeli developer Boris Kuzinez, who's credited with creating the Moscow version of Billionaire's Row, is developing the project, and Russian architecture firm Meganom has been tapped as the designer. While this will be Meganom's first U.S. based project, the developer and firm have previously collaborated on several projects, including the Tsvetnoy Central Market in Moscow.

The building will be designed to allow for "column-free panoramic views," per Meganom's website, and comes with a rooftop observatory for residents to share. Two vacant structures will be demolished to clear space for the building, and a 12-story limestone building will become part of the tower's base. Further details about the Fifth Avenue building are not yet available.

"A progressive example of forward-thinking and contemporary design, it will include several 'firsts' in terms of its design and environmental sustainability features," a representative for Meganom said in a statement. It will be "unlike anything else built in New York."

It will likely resemble the structures at 432 Park Avenue, or 520 Park Avenue, or 111 West 57th Street or any of the other 18 super skinny, super tall, and super expensive towers that continue to shoot up around Manhattan at an unprecedented pace.