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Old Posted Jul 20, 2014, 6:29 PM
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^ That would be my guess too.

Wanda: Hudson Yards
Vornado: Central Park / 57th
Shvo: 57th, WTC
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Fellow forumer Otie brings us good news regarding 3WTC:

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Manitowoc 888 will be arriving on site for erecting tower crane. (~ 2 weeks)
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Good news. Now we just need to get the crown jewel of the whole complex, WTC2, having a visit from the Manitowoc 888. It would be nice to have tower 2 rising alongside the HY, and the 57th St. supertalls. Sort of a shock-and-awe campaign.
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I would guess that 1WTC (once completed) will likely be the tallest building in New York for many many years to come..
lol look at New York now. 1WTC isnt even completed and there is already a building under construction only 1 foot shorter.
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I hope this is just the tip of the iceberg!

My dream is to see Brooklyn and Jersey City both get supertalls to flank lower Manhattan.
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I hope this is just the tip of the iceberg!

My dream is to see Brooklyn and Jersey City both get supertalls to flank lower Manhattan.


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Yep. I love it how the boom is spreading to the other boroughs. Especially JC and DT Brooklyn deserve a much better skyline. Imagine Lower Manhattan with the new WTC flanked by two supertalls on each side!
And it sure seems like the tip of an iceberg, New York is on a roll!
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Supertalls completed by 2015: 6
- 1WTC
- ESB
- BofA
- Chrysler
- NYTT
- One57

Supertalls under construction by 2015: 7*
- 432 PA (T/O)
- 3WTC
- HY North Tower
- 217W 57th
- 111W 57th
- Tower Verre
- GiraSole

Crazy times!

*likely: Equinox Tower, 50 Hudson Yards, 22 Thames, 520W41st.
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