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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.


https://www.instagram.com/p/CGkNn9rMJr1/

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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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0:45 The Spiral
1:54 270 Park Avenue
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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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Grand Hyatt new title: NEW YORK | (Grand Hyatt) 109 E. 42nd St. | 1,646 FT | FLOORS
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NYC needs a 1900+ footer now to stand above the 1400ft forest.
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Skyscraper Completions Take Hit From COVID-19 Pandemic in 2020


January 5, 2021
by Jordan Scott


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The number of supertall buildings, defined by CTBUH as being 984 feet (300 meters) or taller, completed in 2020 was 21, lower than 2019’s 26 buildings but still over 2018’s number at 18, which was a record at the time. 2020 was the first year since 2014 in which there wasn’t at least one building taller than 1,640 feet (500 meters) to be completed.

The tallest building completed last year was Central Park Tower in New York, at 1,548 feet (472 meters). This marks the first time in five years in which the tallest completed building was not in China. It’s the first time since 2014, when One World Trade Center in New York was completed, that the tallest building of the year is in the U.S.

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The top ten tallest buildings completed in 2020 include:


1. Central Park Tower in New York City, U.S.: 1,550 feet (472 meters)

2. One Vanderbilt in New York City, U.S.: 1,401 feet (427 meters)


3. Nanning China Resources Tower in Nanning, China: 1,321 feet (403 meters)

4. Guiyang International Financial Center T1 in Guiyang, China: 1,316 feet (401 meters)

5. Shum Yip Upperhills Tower 1 in Shenzhen, China: 1,273 feet (388 meters)

6. Regis Chicago in Chicago, U.S.: 1,191 feet (363 meters)

7. Neva Towers 2 in Moscow, Russia: 1,132 feet (345 meters)

8. Heartland 66 Office Tower in Wuhan, China: 1,112 feet (339 meters)

9. Parc1 Tower I in Seoul, South Korea: 1,109 feet (338 meters)

10. Hengqin International Finance Center in Zhuhai, China: 1,108 feet (338 meters)

In the entire history of skyscraper construction, the two tallest buildings to complete in a given year (of 200 meters’ or greater height) have only occurred in the same city on ten occasions. New York had the two tallest buildings completed on four occasions: in 1930, 1931, 1963 and 2020. Other cities to have had this distinction include Chicago (1969 and 1989), Houston (1982 and 1983), Kuala Lumpur (1998), and Dubai (2000).

If you're gonna include Central Park Tower, you may as well include Steinway, at 1,428 ft.
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New super tall (twins) project.


NEW YORK | Garden City Twin Supertalls | 2x1600-1700 FT+

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probably a bit early to label it a project. A proposal maybe, but its more of a vision at this point. A lot of unlikely things need to happen for something like this to be realized. Dolan not being a stubborn mule for one and agreeing to to shorten MSG's lease and actually move.
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Dolan doesn't have to agree to anything, as the existing MSG lease can only be renewed by NY City Council.

I hope these towers get built, and we get a grand concourse for LIRR, NJT and (soon) Metro North.
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I wonder if anything will become of 2WTC this year, or if we'll get to see a design.
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