A lot is being made about the value of views  these days.
The law of supply and demand is also in force. “If you look at the number of buildings that have a view of Central Park and you look at the shoreline of Manhattan,” Mr. Miller said, “the waterfront is a lot bigger. There’s a much more exclusive nature to having a park view.”
You can be on a very high floor and still lose a significant part of your view amenity as the following photos indicate. Views are nearly always discussed in the context of what is gained rather than what is lost. In NYC, no view is ever guaranteed. These were taken by one of my appraisers from the same spot from a high floor on a building across the street looking directly north over Central Park before and after One57  topped out.