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Not sure I like the leaning buildings.
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DAYUM at the first rendering, that looks AMAZING
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Old Posted Dec 4, 2012, 11:55 PM
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Old Posted Dec 5, 2012, 5:27 PM
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I added Sherwood, Manhattan West, and Girasole's old renders. (beefed them up in terms of height too)
Reposting this from the North Tower thread since it deserves to be here too.
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Old Posted Dec 5, 2012, 5:31 PM
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but really, are leaning office towers likely to be attractive to many would-be tenants?
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but really, are leaning office towers likely to be attractive to many would-be tenants?
Competitive rents sure are.
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Old Posted Dec 20, 2012, 10:40 AM
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A new hotel tower by Extell called 138 East 50th ST that's cetain to exceed 1,000 feet considering the small size of the lot!
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Can someone highlight the plot for the new extell project on a map please?
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Old Posted Dec 20, 2012, 3:48 PM
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A new hotel tower by Extell called 138 East 50th ST that's cetain to exceed 1,000 feet considering the small size of the lot!
Nice!

We also have a new potential 800 footer. I'll update the list later.
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Old Posted Dec 30, 2012, 7:43 PM
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I want to use this thread to wish everyone a Happy New Year!

2013 is going to be a pretty exciting year for a New York skyscraper enthusiast. One57, 1715 Broadway, 1 and 4WTC are going to be completed. 432 PA will make its mark on the skyline by the end of the year and take New Yorkers and the general public by surprise.

Then we have 225 W 57th St which is going to trump them all. If we are lucky we could see this one rising by summer.

The Hudson Yards are finally in the game. The South Tower will be U/C soon with the North Tower awaiting some tenants. Once the first towers rise from the ground, the momentum will be unstoppable.

3WTC will get a tenant so construction can resume. 2WTC will be still on hold but after the green light for 3WTC, Silverstein will be determined to get things done.

Several frozen projects (such as 99 Church, 50 West, 610 Lexington etc) will be coming back to life. About a dozen 200m+ and 300m+ skyscrapers are ready for construction.

If everything goes according to plan, we could witness the biggest skyscraper boom New York has had since the 30's. My guess is we are already in the middle of it ...

All in all it will be a great year! Exciting times are ahead of us!

Cheers!
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Old Posted Dec 31, 2012, 7:14 AM
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but really, are leaning office towers likely to be attractive to many would-be tenants?
They don't lean.
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Permits filed for Tower Verre!!

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What a great start!
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I pulled together another montage. I'm sure I missed some projects, but I tried to be as comprehensive as possible. I also used a little creative freedom on projects such as 225 West 57th Street and the Grand Central Tower. I should mention I'm working on another one for Brooklyn - coming soon!


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Outstanding. Truly outstanding.
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Old Posted Jan 8, 2013, 9:46 PM
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^ I second that. Amazing work there sbarn, can't wait for your Brooklyn (and maybe JC? ) project!
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I said this on SSC, but I'll say it again, you're renderings are simply superb.

2020 can't come soon enough. Any thoughts on a time table for the Brooklyn rendering?
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Old Posted Jan 8, 2013, 9:58 PM
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Thanks!

I've got a Brooklyn one started, although I wanted to finish up the one I just posted that I had started this fall. I'm headed out of town tomorrow for a week, so probably won't get something posted for another couple of weeks. These things take a lot of time! Ha.
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Fantastic work!
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Old Posted Jan 9, 2013, 5:02 AM
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Awesome, but Manhattan West looks tiny in your render.
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Old Posted Jan 9, 2013, 5:31 AM
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Awesome, but Manhattan West looks tiny in your render.
Yeah I think you're right. I made them too short. :-/
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