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Old Posted Dec 8, 2013, 11:39 PM
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^http://skyscraperpage.com/diagrams/?searchID=62077592

Not quite the right effect, as the Corset Diagram is out of date, but it does give a bit of an idea.
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I'm beginning to lose track of the exact number of 900 footers being proposed or built in Manhattan. I lost track of the number of supertalls a while ago.



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I'm beginning to lose track of the exact number of 900 footers being proposed or built in Manhattan. I lost track of the number of supertalls a while ago.
About 10 900 footers and 30 supertalls completed / under construction / in preperation / approved / proposed.

It's simply unbelievable.
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^ That, it is. People who think they've seen the best New York don't know what's coming.



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The tower will be build where yellow generator and shed are.





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j-biz captured the Culture Tower/Corset site today when he took photos through (over?) the 11th Ave viaduct. I've taken his original photo and snipped out the portion that shows the current condition of the site. AFAIK, the northern end of the Corset's foundation will rise from the Amtrak Gateway tunnel box excavation Tutor-Perini is working in the foreground. The photo is looking SSE. The Corset site continues under the Highline whose upper deck is just above the photo top. Both sides of the construction fence are Tutor-Perini controlled, but at the moment they are different projects.:


Original jglover1028 photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/98017496@N07/11857422143/
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Those apts will be huge. O__O
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This building has submitted building permits, BTW.

Either that or there's some other 900 ft.+ building in the area permitted, because on DOB there's a residential tower right around here newly permitted over the last few days.
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wow, so construction to start this year for sure then?!
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Those apts will be huge. O__O
Imagine looking down everyday on what will one day be a world famous plaza.



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This building has submitted building permits, BTW.

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wow, so construction to start this year for sure then?!

This is supposed to be the second tower to get underway, originally planned to rise along with the Coach, but the Coach tower obviously has the jump.
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It looks like there has been work done on that concrete "pad" since the last picture (the one with the yellow generator) Is this for the Corset?
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It looks like there has been work done on that concrete "pad" since the last picture (the one with the yellow generator) Is this for the Corset?
Not much work, just yellow generator has been removed. Concrete "pad" is for Culture Shed.
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