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Old Posted May 3, 2015, 9:08 PM
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Is anyone surprised that Extell has more supertalls in the works?

There's 123 W. 57, their Times Square site, their Brooklyn site, and others. Gary Barnett doesn't mess around.
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Old Posted May 4, 2015, 11:42 AM
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^ And there are some other parcels on 57th. Man, that canyon is already amazing and will be beyond epic once all those supertalls are completed.
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Old Posted May 6, 2015, 10:43 PM
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http://hudsonyardsnewyork.com/

Placeholders for Hudson Yards Phase II


And still many towers missing in that rendering like 50 HY (326m), 55 HY (238m), Tishman Tower (400m+) etc..

The Hudson Yards will be a city within a city.
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Old Posted May 6, 2015, 11:08 PM
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Hudson Yards:

1. 30 Hudson Yards, 387m, U/C
2. 50 Hudson Yards, 326m, Pro
3. 35 Hudson Yards, 317m, Prep
4. 15 Hudson Yards, 279m, U/C
5. 10 Hudson Yards, 273m, U/C
6. 55 Hudson Yards, 238m, U/C
7. Hudson Rise, 219m, Prep

Manhattan West:

1. One Manhattan West, 303m, Prep
2. Two Manhattan West, 303m, Prep [could be taller, old height 371m]
3. Three Manhattan West, 202m, U/C

Towers in the immediate vicinity:

1. Tisham Spire, 400m+, Pro
2. 15 Penn Plaza, 371m, Pro [stalled]
3. 520 West 41st Street, 335m, Pro
4. The GiraSole, 315m, Prep
5. Sherwood Tower, 300m+, Pro
6. 360 10th Avenue, 231m, Pro [could be taller]
7. 451 10th Ave, 213m, Pro


... and many more. Also, I didn't include the Phase II towers.

Here's a cool map by Vertical_Gotham: http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/or...27e0af1f45.jpg
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Old Posted May 7, 2015, 7:38 PM
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The Hudson Rise is in prep? Didn't realize it would rise so soon
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Old Posted May 9, 2015, 11:33 PM
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As of now, the Top 5 cities with the most 200m+ buildings (com, t/o, u/c):

1. Dubai: 81
2. New York: 80
3. Shenzhen: 70
4. Hong Kong: 64
5. Shanghai: 50


Other cities with more than 20 200m+ buildings (com, t/o, u/c):

6. Mumbai: 50
7. Jakarta: 43
8. Tianjin: 39
9. Chongqing: 35
10. Manila: 35
11. Singapore: 32
12. Kuala Lumpur: 31
13. Guangzhou: 30
14. Chicago: 29
15. Nanjing: 28
16. Tokyo: 27
17. Chengdu: 24
18. Shenyang: 24
19. Toronto: 22
20. Panama City: 21
21. Bangkok: 20

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If we add prep and pro buildings, New York is at 135.
So most likely New York will be #1 soon, but will be overtaken by Shenzhen in a couple of years.

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Old Posted May 10, 2015, 1:34 PM
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118 Fulton Street, 682ft (208m), is now U/C.

http://skyscrapercenter.com/building...n-street/19176
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NYC might be in a lead over Shenzhen by 2020. The building cycle is slowing down there. While there are several u/c and proposed, many are sitting dormant. In terms of the rankings, I'm happy for it eclipsing Dubai because I know most of those have high vacancy rates and where built for pride whereas we use economics to build our towers.

I do want to see Chicago move up the rank. Kinda surprised it fell from its stardom in 200m + category. NYC is bound to eclipse its Far East analog Hong Kong in the supertall game. Before the Dubai boom, Hong Kong was the supertall capital. Times have changed in just 10 years. I am though hoping that Americas 2nd city (Chicago) booms like it did before the recession.
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I do want to see Chicago move up the rank. Kinda surprised it fell from its stardom in 200m + category.
I know, I think that'll happen soon enough though, a boom appears to be starting.
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Old Posted May 10, 2015, 10:26 PM
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Yeah, I'm eager to see Chicago picking up pace. Although many North American cities are booming (like Miami, Toronto, Mexico City) and some are even building supertalls (LA, SF, Philly), it's still not enough to close the gap. New York is such a monster and cannot be overtaken in the next decade, not even by Chicago.

One could say that New York is in a league of its own in NA. Its real contenders are located in Asia: Dubai, Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Shanghai.
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As of now, the Top 5 cities with the most 200m+ buildings (com, t/o, u/c):

1. Dubai: 81
2. New York: 80
3. Shenzhen: 70
4. Hong Kong: 64
5. Shanghai: 50


Other cities with more than 20 200m+ buildings (com, t/o, u/c):

6. Mumbai: 50
7. Jakarta: 43
8. Tianjin: 39
9. Chongqing: 35
10. Manila: 35
11. Singapore: 32
12. Kuala Lumpur: 31
13. Guangzhou: 30
14. Chicago: 29
15. Nanjing: 28
16. Tokyo: 27
17. Chengdu: 24
18. Shenyang: 24
19. Toronto: 22
20. Panama City: 21
21. Bangkok: 20

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If we add prep and pro buildings, New York is at 135.
So most likely New York will be #1 soon, but will be overtaken by Shenzhen in a couple of years.
interesting list. sorry this is off topic, but what's the deal with panama city? seems like an anomaly on this list in terms of location / population.
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Panama City is basically where the rich in Latin America drop their real estate money, sort of like NYC at least that's what I think.
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Nordstrom Tower is now 1,795ft (547m) pinnacle / 1,530ft (466m) roof! This makes it the tallest tower in New York City and the U.S. by both pinnacle and roof height.



http://www.yimbynews.com/2015/05/dia...-building.html

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All to keep it secret during the planning process. Once it was u/c, and it made all the major hurdles, the true motive was revealed.
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Old Posted May 11, 2015, 10:14 PM
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^ Sleazy Barnett.

Finally we'll have a new tallest, by spire and roof height. Exciting Times!
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A nice rendering of the crown: (111 W 57th)


Credit: From Otie's portfolio
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Old Posted May 11, 2015, 11:56 PM
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^ Awesome! Steinway is a work of art, incredible building.

Step by step we are getting there ... the current Top 10:

1. 217 West 57th Street, 1,795ft (547m), [roof 1,530ft / 466m] U/C
2. One World Trade Center, 1,776ft (541m), [roof 1,368ft / 417m] Com
3. One Vanderbilt Place, 1,514ft (461m), [roof 1,414ft / 431m] Demo
4. 111 West 57th Street, 1,428ft (435m) Prep
5. 432 Park Avenue, 1,397ft (426m) T/O
6. 125 Greenwich Street, 1,356ft (413m) Prep
7. Two World Trade Center, 1,349ft (411m), [roof 1,270ft / 387m] On Hold
8. Tisham Spire, 1,320ft+ (400m+) Pro
9. 30 Hudson Yards, 1,269ft (387m) U/C
10. Empire State Building, 1,250ft (381m), [antenna 1,454ft / 443m] Com

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Now all that has to be done is change the height on the diagram
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Key:
: No work has been done on this building at the time of this post
: Site prep, no matter how minimal, has been done at the time of this post
: Construction is on hold
: The building is under construction
■ : The building has been completed


225 W57th -547M (Completed by 2018)
One World Trade Center -541M (Completed 2014)
740 8th Ave +500M (completed by 2020)
1 Vanderbilt -461M (Completed by 2020)
111 W57th -433M (Completed by 2017)
432 Park -426M (Completed 2015)
125 Greenwich -412M (Completed by 2017)
Two World Trade Center -411M (U/C by 2020)
335 Madison +400M (Completed by 2020)
Hudson Spire +400M (Completed by 2020)
Shvo Central Park Tower +400M (Site prep by 2020)
80 South Street ~400M (Completed by 2020)
360 10th Ave ~400M (Completed by 2020)
30 Hudson Yards -392M (Completed by 2018)
Empire State Building -381M (Completed 1931)
15 Penn -371M (Site Prep by 2020)
Bank of America Tower, -366M (Completed 2009)
50 Hudson Yards +350M (Completed by 2020)
520 W41st -331M (Completed by 2020)
Three World Trade Center -327M (Completed by 2018)
Girasole -323M (Completed by 2018)
Tower Verre -320M (Completed by 2018)
Chrysler Building -319M (Completed 1930)
New York Times Tower -318M (Completed 2007)
42 Trinity Place +310M (Completed by 2020)
One57 -306M (Completed 2014)
34th and 10th Ave+304M (Completed by 2020)
237 Park +304M (Completed by 2020)
341 Madison +304M (Completed by 2020)
Park Lane tower +304M (Completed by 2020)
31 W 57th +304M (Completed by 2019)
Hudson Yards Phase 2 Supertall +304M (Completed by 2024)
35 Hudson Yards +304M (Completed by 2017)
Cetra Rudy UES Tower +304M (U/C by 2020)
Wanda Tower +304M (Site prep by 2020)
SHoP Brooklyn Tower +304M (Completed by 2020)
1710 Broadway +304M (Completed by 2020)
One Manhattan West -303M (Completed by 2020)
Two Manhattan West -303M (U/C by 2020)
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Old Posted May 12, 2015, 11:43 PM
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Which one is 740 8th avenue?
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