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I swear that this skyline need a megatall wich his height is +2200ft !
It will be pretty nice
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I want see one day the empire state building lose its domination in midtown.
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From this perspective you can really see how all these new supertalls will really dominate not just 57th but Park Ave as well.

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The main reason it looks lopsided in that visualization is because Hudson Yards is out of frame. The Grand Hyatt replacement should balance it our further. But we're going to need a ground-breaking 500m/1700ft tower eventually with the rate the 400m/1300ft towers are sprouting up. PABT or Penn Station districts possibly.
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There are many people who could look at this photo, and not know where the hell it was. We've witnessed an entirely new city and skyline rise in less than a decade. And it's not over.


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Probably years away, but there's chatter of 45 East 45th Street aka Roosevelt Hotel parcel becoming a tower of 100 floors.
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Appreciate the effort rgarri4. Though midtown east looks a right clusterf*uck from the south.

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Regarding Grand Hyatt Development:


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2,621,140 Square feet of space. Almost 1 million more sq. ft. than One Vanderbilt

2,108,820 sq. ft. of office
452,950 sq. ft. of hotel
16,000 sq. ft. public space
43,370 sq. ft. of retail

Roosevelt Hotel and Grand Hyatt the two new giants.
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