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Old Posted Sep 5, 2020, 4:37 PM
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This was only a proposal but the tallest tower could be on the Roosevelt Hotel site or the Grand Hyatt Hotel site.
Those are two totally separate areas, neither are in view in the above rendering. Do you mean the hotel penn site?
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That tallest tower looks impressively dominating but I'm afraid it's still a tad shorter than 1776 ft. Thus, even if it gets built, 1 WTC would still have the tallest official height, *SIGH*.
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That tallest tower looks impressively dominating but I'm afraid it's still a tad shorter than 1776 ft. Thus, even if it gets built, 1 WTC would still have the tallest official height, *SIGH*.
And it’s not even a proposal.
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That tallest tower looks impressively dominating but I'm afraid it's still a tad shorter than 1776 ft.
Are you really convinced? Look at this picture. If 30 Hudson Yards is 395 meters high, the tallest tower will be at least 170 meters higher than 30 Hudson Yards.

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In this picture the tallest tower look absolutely taller than one world trade center !!!!!
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From this angle, you can see how the newly developing Hudson Yards district is offset somewhat from Midtown proper. A redeveloped Empire Station distrcit would go a long way towards establishing a continuous midtown business district.



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Empire Station distrcit should give birth to the new York city his first megatall and i think it is the right place , something like 2200ft tall building !!!
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