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Old Posted May 17, 2024, 7:45 PM
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Looks great from the ferry to Brooklyn



Also looks great from Sunset Park. Wild how huge midtown looks from there.


That's an army of supertalls that will only grow.




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Also looks great from Sunset Park. Wild how huge midtown looks from there.
Midtown needs a megatall to disrupt this supertall plateau.
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Midtown needs a megatall to disrupt this supertall plateau.
My thoughts exactly!
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^ That could happen. There are what's basically 2 1,600 ft towers on the way to Midtown. Eventually, someone will push higher.



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Old Posted May 20, 2024, 1:41 PM
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^ good view on the first pic. it's cool to see the base of the building taking shape --- its getting clear what it will look like at ground level irl.
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Old Posted May 21, 2024, 12:59 AM
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Good to see that the facade on the right side of the building has finally reached the top of that setback. I feel like the first 70% of that segment went up extremely quickly and then the last few floors took forever to reach the top. My guess is facade work is slowing down since they are now putting more effort into the interior than the exterior?
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This thing has what, probably a year left? Will move in start on the lower floors before the top floors are finished?
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That shed roof replacement is utterly fascinating. As a Civil Engineering P.E., I'd love to be in involved in that project. Wow.
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^ Agreed. It's quite the impressive undertaking.
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JP Morgan Tower.. INSTANT CLASSIC!!
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Most people on the street have no idea what’s underneath.
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which of these three is the most impressive?


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