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Old Posted Apr 8, 2013, 7:54 PM
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We have a new 200m+ tower under construction: 605West57thSt!

656 feet per DOB filing, i.e. the final height is ~700'
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NYC is booming at the moment, I still can't figure out how they will fill all these buildings for sure.
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^ The residential market is pretty hot right now, no worries.

6 supertalls visible: 1WTC, ESB, BofA, NYTT, Chrysler, One57
Not visible but under construction: 3WTC and 432 Park Avenue
On hold: 2WTC
In prep: HY North, 225W57th, Torre Verre

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Not a proposal, but some nice eye candy...


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Wow, nice concept. Love the design on this one! It seems to be in the 1300' range.
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Very unique concept. Reminds of an enlarged version of that proposal in san fransisco
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A supertall north of Midtown proper would be a dream come true.
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Is that concept not in the historic district?
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Great pictures on this page.......
The thing with NYC is that if its not a supertall it barely makes an impact on the skyline. Those models and renderings above would be a nice addition if real....
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^ Absolutely! You really need a 1000 footer to break the plateau of 700 - 900' tall towers.

Meanwhile, 107 West 57th Street is rumored to become a supertall. All we know for now, is that the tower's height will exceed 900 feet.
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^ Absolutely! You really need a 1000 footer to break the plateau of 700 - 900' tall towers.

Meanwhile, 107 West 57th Street is rumored to become a supertall. All we know for now, is that the tower's height will exceed 900 feet.
i think you need 1100 feet to break the plateau, One57 is barely noticeable skyline view.
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Old Posted May 10, 2013, 6:13 PM
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One World Trade Center - officially topped out!

Making it ....

- the tallest building in New York!
- the tallest building in the U.S.!
- the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere!
- the 3rd tallest building in the world!




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[QUOTE=hunser;6123415]One World Trade Center - officially topped out!

Making it ....

- the tallest building in New York!
- the tallest building in the U.S.!
- the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere!
- the 3rd tallest building in the world!

I don't think heights are considered official until the building is completed, not just topped out. I am not exactly sure where I heard that but maybe someone else here will know more. Also, we have not had a ruling yet on the official height (will the mast that supports communication equipment be ruled a spire and architectural or not), so all we can say for sure is that it will soon be the tallest building in New York, for a minute at least.

You could say that it is currently one of the tallest structures in the Western Hemisphere, but the CN tower and a few TV masts have it beat. But yeah, nice to see it TO. I can't wait for 2 to start going up.
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Old Posted May 15, 2013, 8:01 PM
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30 Park Place to resume construction this fall!

Figures, updated:
Height: 926ft / 282m
Floors: 82
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New York City:
(only counting completed and topped out)

1000 footers:

1. One World Trade Center, 1373' (already topped out and structurally completed)
2. Empire State Building, 1250'
3. One57, 1004'

900 footers:

4. Four World Trade Center, 977' (same as 1WTC)
5. Bank of America Tower, 945'
6. Chrysler Building, 925'
7. Citigroup Center, 915'
8. 40 Wall Street, 900'

800 footers:

9. Beekman Tower, 870'
10. Trump World Tower, 861'
11. GE Building, 850'
12. 70 Pine Street, 848'
13. Cityspire Center, 814'
14. One Chase Manhattan Plaza , 813'
15. Metlife Building, 808'
16. Bloomberg Tower, 806'

700 footers:

17. Woolworth Building, 792'
18. 1 Worldwide Plaza, 778'
19. Carnegie Hall Tower, 757'
20. 383 Madison Avenue, 755'
21. Courtyard and Residence Inn Manhattan Central Park, 753'
22. AXA Center, 752'
23. One Penn Plaza, 750'
24. 1251 Avenue of the Americas, 750'
25. Time Warner Center North Tower, 749'
26. Time Warner Center South Tower, 749'
27. Goldman Sachs Headquarters, 749'
28. 60 Wall Street, 745'
29. One Astor Plaza, 745'
30. New York Times Tower, 745'
31. 7 World Trade Center, 743'
32. 1 Liberty Plaza, 743'
33. 20 Exchange Place, 741'
34. Three World Financial Center, 739'
35. Bertelsmann Building, 733'
36. Times Square Tower, 726'
37. Metropolitan Tower, 716'
38. JPMorganChase Tower, 707'
39. General Motors Building, 705'
40. Times Square, 701'
41. Metropolitan Life Tower, 700'

600 footers:

42. 500 Fifth Avenue, 697'
43. Americas Tower, 692'
44. Solow Building, 689'
45. HSBC Bank Building, 688'
46. 55 Water Street, 687'
47. 277 Park Avenue, 687'
48. 1585 Broadway, 685'
49. Random House Tower, 684'
50. Four Seasons Hotel, 682'
51. McGraw-Hill Building, 674'
52. Lincoln Building, 673'
53. Citigroup Building, 673'
54. Barclay Tower, 673'
55. Paramount Plaza, 670'
56. Trump Tower, 664'
57. Bank of New York Building, 654'
58. Silver Towers West, 653'
59. Silver Towers East, 653'
60. 599 Lexington Avenue, 653'
61. 712 5th Avenue, 650'
62. Chanin Building, 649'
63. 245 Park Avenue, 648'
64. Sony Tower, 647'
65. Two World Financial Center, 645'
66. 570 Lexington Avenue, 643'
67. 1 New York Plaza, 640'
68. 1 MiMA Tower, 638'
69. 1 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, 637'
70. 345 Park Avenue, 634'
71. Mercantile Building, 632'
72. The Setai Fifth Avenue, 632'
73. W New York Downtown Hotel & Residences, 630'
74. Grace Plaza, 630'
75. Home Insurance Plaza, 630'
76. 1095 Avenue of the Americas, 630'
77. 101 Park Avenue, 629'
78. Central Park Place, 628'
79. 888 7th Avenue, 628'
80. Burlington House, 625'
81. The Waldorf Astoria, 625'
82. One Madison Park, 621'
83. Olympic Tower, 620'
84. 425 5th Avenue, 618'
85. 919 3rd Avenue, 615'
86. New York Life Building, 615'
87. 750 Seventh Avenue, 615'
88. The Epic, 615'
89.Tower 49, 615'
90. Eventi, 614'
91. Credit Lyonnais Building, 609'
92. The Orion, 604'
93. 590 Madison Avenue, 603'
94. 250 West 55th Street, 602'
95. Eleven Times Square, 601'
96. 1166 Avenue of the Americas, 600'

Going to hit #100 pretty soon! With the topping out of 432 Park Avenue (1398'), this city will break the 70,000 mark!

Cumulative roof height: 68,830 feet

Average roof height: 717 feet

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Old Posted May 25, 2013, 2:16 PM
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Skyscrapers under construction and topped out*, respectively (300 ft+):

1. One World Trade Center, 1787 ft *
2. 432 Park Avenue, 1398 ft
3. Three World Trade Center, 1170 ft
4. One57, 1004 ft *
5. Four World Trade Center, 977 ft *
6. Hudson Yards South Tower, 895 ft
7. 56 Leonard Street, 821 ft
8. 1715 Broadway, 753 ft *
9. 605 West 42nd Street, 656 ft
10. Baccarat Hotel, 610 ft
11. 250 West 55th Street, 602 ft *
12. Hyatt Times Square, 600 ft
13. 160 West 62nd Street, 598 ft
14. 388 Bridge Street, 590 ft *
15. Fordham University Development 630/580 ft
16. 50 United Nations Plaza, 570 ft
17. Mt. Sinai Center for Science & Medicine, 518 ft
18. International Gem Tower, 501 ft *
19. 99 Washington Street, 488 ft *
20. 400 Park Avenue South, 476 ft
21. 29 Flatbush, 457 ft
22. 309 5th Avenue, 452 ft *
23. 420 East 61st Street, 450 ft
24. 7 Bryant Park, 441 ft
25. Linc LIC, 429 ft *
26. Two Sutton Place North, 421 ft
27. Hilton Garden Inn, 405 ft
28. 46-15 Center Boulevard, 400 ft
29. 46-15 Center Boulevard, 400 ft *
30. Three Northside Piers, 398 ft
31. 215 Pearl Streat, 396 ft
32. 325 Lexington Avenue, 393 ft
33. 31 West 15th St, 355 ft
34. Clinton Park, 348 ft *
35. 45-40 Center Boulevard, 350 ft
36. 45-40 Center Boulevard, 350 ft *
37. 31 West 15th Street, 335 ft
38. 500 W. 30th St, 325 ft
39. 21 Ann Street, 323 ft
40. Gotham West, 321 ft
41. 120 West 57th Street, 300 ft



Skyscrapers on hold:

1. Two World Trade Center, 1348 ft
2. 30 Park Place, 926 ft
3. 50 West Street, 714 ft
4. 610 Lexington Avenue, 712 ft
5. 823 United Nations Plaza, 520 ft
6. 303 East 51st Street, 504 ft

Any help completing the list is very much appreciated.
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45 East 60th St. is now 824 ft, according to DOB filings. Meaning this one could very well end up 900 ft tall.

For those interested, there's a massive plan regarding the MSG / Penn Station redevopment (incl. potential 2000 footers). But since this thread does not include any visions, here's the link: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...185034&page=15
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- HY North Tower: Time Warner signed as the anchor tenant! Meaning, the tower will rise soon. Another 400m+ tower for New York.
- 225W57th: Gary Barnett is in talks with the Bank of China for a $1B loan.
- One57: cladding is speeding up. There's finally some movement.
- 1WTC: beacon to be lit up on July 4th!
- 432 PA: already 20 stories / 100m tall.
- 107W57th: to be completed by 2016. Height is 900ft+.
- Torre Verre and Girasole to start contruction pretty soon.
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