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Isn't there a cafeteria on the 51st floor?
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Executive dining rooms (for client entertainment) are on 51. Sunning views...I've been lucky enough to have lunch there. The food isn't bad either! The main employee cafeteria is on 2 (43rd Street side).
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this building is great, makes a good impact on the skyline! i love it its really great to see something be just a few steal beams turn into a massive building, kind of like a baby , im glad i got into these skyscrapers because there hasn't been much of a better time then now with all of these new skyscrapers to break ground, but anyway! love the building
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When I was in NYC, I was quite underwhelmed by this tower... it just doesn't seem that tall.
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When I was in NYC, I was quite underwhelmed by this tower... it just doesn't seem that tall.
That's because it pretends to be tall by having a spire on top. In reality it's a much shorter, decent looking building.
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That's because it pretends to be tall by having a spire on top. In reality it's a much shorter, decent looking building.
It seems shorter than it really is also in part because of it's bulkiness/massiveness. The Chrysler Building which in turn seems very tall is because of it's pencil-like/stick figure when in turn it is still even 28 feet shorter to its roof than the Bank of America's roof height.
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The decorative spire makes this tower really nice. It would look more stubby and fat without it.
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The decorative spire makes this tower really nice. It would look more stubby and fat without it.
I think the spire looks like a tacked on afterthought.
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I took this picture on Thursday, November 8, 2012. I really like the Bank of America Tower / One Bryant Park. Definitely one of my favorites in NYC.

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Damn man, just awesome shot. From the street I've always thought BofA looked a tiny bit fat, but it easily makes up for it in shots like that. Such an incredible skyline addition. That shot also makes me anxious to see the light shows between the Durst lit spires of BofA, 4 TS, and 1 WTC.
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