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Old Posted Oct 26, 2020, 3:27 PM
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Will this be the largest (by volume, not square footage) building in NYC? It seems larger than 1 WTC and 30 Hudson Yards.
No. It would be in the top 10 maybe. But it wouldn't even be larger than the nearby MetLife. It's nearly 2.5 gsf. It would currently only be 3rd largest under construction when you factor in both the Spiral and 50 Hudson, which are a little larger.
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Again I am not asking about any of the square footage definitions, but volume measured in cubic feet. I found this table but it stops at 1 million m^3 (35 million cu ft): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o..._usable_volume
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No. It would be in the top 10 maybe. But it wouldn't even be larger than the nearby MetLife. It's nearly 2.5 gsf.
2.5 billion square feet! damn
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Old Posted Oct 26, 2020, 4:51 PM
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Again I am not asking about any of the square footage definitions, but volume measured in cubic feet. I found this table but it stops at 1 million m^3 (35 million cu ft): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o..._usable_volume
I think it will run the same way, especially with the newer construction.


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2.5 billion square feet! damn
That should read 2.5 gsf in terms of just floor space.
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