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Old Posted Mar 14, 2019, 8:45 PM
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While these might not be the ugliest buildings in the world, they all stand in highly visible locations within the Lower Manhattan skyline. Considering Lower Manhattan has one of the most excellent collections of skyscrapers in the world, it blows my mind away that the architects and developers of these buildings were comfortable with adding these eyesores to one of the world's most beautiful skylines.

Holiday Inn Financial District and it's fabulous blank wall:


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Note the attention to detail.


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Fairfield Inn New York/Manhattan Financial District


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I mean seriously, what the hell?


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A blank wall would have honestly been better than whatever the hell they were trying to do with it.


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I saved the worst for last, I present to you: 5 Beekman.


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Let's talk about the back...


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They actually painted the cross bracing on...phenomenal.


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The worst part is you can't hide from this thing. It towers over Civic Center park, the WTC Memorial, and is completely visible from the north, east, and west.


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Amazing.


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