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Could be 80 South Street.
In instagram it shows that that the building is a 2100ft height
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Yeah, that rendering looks to be 80 South Street. No clue if it's the actual plan.
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CPT and 111 W 57th along with One57.

Can't wait for the Park Lane super tall to come. So much potential.


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Clearly the skyline shows that it s need a megatall
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Actually, yes, that would do nicely. Midtown desperately needs a signature centerpiece.
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TST tower (Times Square Tower) by @siniaevart •2,500ft tower











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Times Square would be a great place for a megatall with Midtown becoming so polar. 2500' is overkill though, maybe aim for 1900' as 1400 footers become the norm.
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Poor Empire State Building is barely noticeable anymore!
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Times Square would be a great place for a megatall. 2500' is perfect.
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Times Square would make sense as the location of the first megatall in NYC. Both to mark such an important place and because it has great transit links.
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^^ Haha

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Times Square would be a great place for a megatall with Midtown becoming so polar. 2500' is overkill though, maybe aim for 1900' as 1400 footers become the norm.
Man if only...

I hope midtown sees a 1600 + someday soon at least, that doesn't seem too out of the question.

I forgot about the Park Hyatt redevelopment near Grand Central. What's the status on that one?
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time square megatall look so dominating and very powerfull
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This is the best picture of the New York City skyline I have ever seen, and it will only get better.
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This is the best picture of the New York City skyline I have ever seen, and it will only get better.
Amen to that.

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