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^ Yeah, I've checked it out. Looks incomplete unfortunately. Do you mind posting all the 200m+ projects in JC? I'd appreciate it.
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^ Yeah, I've checked it out. Looks incomplete unfortunately. Do you mind posting all the 200m+ projects in JC? I'd appreciate it.
I tried once listing all of the development projects. The list is outdated and missing some entries, but could be helpful in creating a complete list.
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I tried once listing all of the development projects. The list is outdated and missing some entries, but could be helpful in creating a complete list.
That would be nice. All I need is 200m+ projects, i.e. 656ft+ towers.
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I'll take a look at the JC thread. If I see some stuff thats missing I'll recommend CIA add it (or post it here for an update to front page). But yea, for the most part, it lists most of the projects.

Yea the CTBUH list is incomplete. Likewise, so is Emporis.

Edit: Hunser, do you use an Excel sheet to keep track and the order of projects? I would recommend adding the ones from CTBUH and the recent one proposed one from today that meets the 200m standard. A couple of projects such as the Capital Partners Development don't have heights out yet as its a 12 tower project.

If we are just talking 200m, its not really alot speaking. Most of them fall in the 100-199m category. Up to you or we could just wait until those projects are revealed?

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I'll take a look at the JC thread. If I see some stuff thats missing I'll recommend CIA add it (or post it here for an update to front page). But yea, for the most part, it lists most of the projects.

Yea the CTBUH list is incomplete. Likewise, so is Emporis.

Edit: Hunser, do you use an Excel sheet to keep track and the order of projects? I would recommend adding the ones from CTBUH and the recent one proposed one from today that meets the 200m standard. A couple of projects such as the Capital Partners Development don't have heights out yet as its a 12 tower project.

If we are just talking 200m, its not really alot speaking. Most of them fall in the 100-199m category. Up to you or we could just wait until those projects are revealed?
In fact I had an Excel sheet but it got lost months ago with the latest update to 14.04 LTS. But it doesn't matter as the Wiki page works as a kind of backup.
For starters I would include only 200m+ projects for JC so they can fit in nicely (list). I wouldn't mind of course to see <200m listed here too, but I guess that's a lot of work.
Btw my plan is to compile a 200m+ list for Shenzhen by February (semester break). I already gathered some info but man there are so many towers ... wish me luck.
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Get ready to use Google translate. Thats the toughest part is understanding the sloppy translation from Mandarin to English. Feel free to use my Shenzhen thread as source. I have most of the tall ones, but once it goes below 600 feet, its just so many.
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^ I totally forgot your Shenzhen list! That's a very good list!
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New tallest? 500m+?

http://www.nydailynews.com/life-styl...icle-1.2043630

New Times Square mega tower one step closer to becoming reality
Gary Barnett's Extell Development acquires key piece in 45th St. assemblage for $46M

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Developer to the 1% Gary Barnett is one step closer to bringing another monolithic tower to Midtown.

His company, Extell Development, has closed on the purchase of a 52,000-square-foot parking facility at 251 W. 45th St. for $45.78 million, according to public records. The garage can be razed and combined with an adjacent empty lot already owned by Extell to make way for a skyline altering building.

Experts said the Times Square tower could be Barnett’s tallest yet and would most likely be a hotel, despite Barnett’s tendency towards building luxurious condos.


“This is not really the right place for apartments,” said broker and analyst Robert Shapiro of Center City Real Estate. “With these large floor plates, he’d be better off with a hotel or offices.”

Barnett, a master of assembling prime Manhattan development sites and the developer of One57 on W. 57th St.’s Billionaires’ Row, has been patching together the site for years.
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He acquired a key part of the site last year in an unconventional property swap deal with real estate giant the Related Companies, which swapped it for another piece of land in the Hudson Yards area on the west side.

Since then, Barnett has been hungrily buying up air rights from theaters in the neighborhood in order to make his tower even taller.

Barnett did not respond to a request for comment on his plans for the building.

The parking lot is one of several key pieces in a larger assemblage

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YIMBY reports: http://newyorkyimby.com/2014/12/perm...feet-tall.html

520 Fifth Avenue to stand 920ft/280m tall (71 floors)!
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New mixed used building: 300k sq-ft

69-79 Greenwich St; also known as 32-42 Trinity Place

Looks to be roughly 600 feet or so based on observation. Its bound to change though as this is a concept for now.

Thread: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=214845
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