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Old Posted Jun 8, 2011, 4:56 PM
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I can actually see my house in this one:
Me too. Well, my apartment building.
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Oh my God, those last photos you posted NYGuy are absolutely incredible!
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I saw these pictures and thought, "Ya know, New York looks sort of small to me. Needs moar skyscrapers." Don't know if I'm crazy in thinking that.
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I saw these pictures and thought, "Ya know, New York looks sort of small to me. Needs moar skyscrapers." Don't know if I'm crazy in thinking that.
just a little insane. ;D
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those pictures are unbelievable
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Undisputed capital of the world. In their respective times of glory, London and Rome are probably the only ones close.
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I saw these pictures and thought, "Ya know, New York looks sort of small to me. Needs moar skyscrapers." Don't know if I'm crazy in thinking that.
Under Construction
1WTC- 1,776 feet
2WTC- 1,350 feet
3WTC- 1,270 feet
4WTC- 977 feet
Carnegie 57- 1,003 feet
1715 Broadway- 751 feet
225 East 57th Street- 715 feet
250 West 55th Street- 592 feet
International Gem Tower- 590 feet
99 Washington Street- 385 feet

Coming Soon
Manhattan West Tower I- 1,216 feet
Manhattan West Tower II- 935 feet
15 Penn Plaza- 1,198 feet
GiraSole- 1,060 feet
Tower Verre- 1,050 feet
99 Church Street- 912 feet
56 Leonard- Over 700 feet
50 West Street- Over 700 feet
50 Trinity Place- Smaller; don't remember how tall
Drake- over 1,000 feet
Other tower on 57th- over 1,000 feet
Hudson Yards- 1,300 feet, 1,080 feet, and a handful of 700/800 footers



Good enough?
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Old Posted Jun 19, 2011, 12:11 AM
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Under Construction
1WTC- 1,776 feet
2WTC- 1,350 feet
3WTC- 1,270 feet
4WTC- 977 feet
Carnegie 57- 1,003 feet
1715 Broadway- 751 feet
225 East 57th Street- 715 feet
250 West 55th Street- 592 feet
International Gem Tower- 590 feet
99 Washington Street- 385 feet

Coming Soon
Manhattan West Tower I- 1,216 feet
Manhattan West Tower II- 935 feet
15 Penn Plaza- 1,198 feet
GiraSole- 1,060 feet
Tower Verre- 1,050 feet
99 Church Street- 912 feet
56 Leonard- Over 700 feet
50 West Street- Over 700 feet
50 Trinity Place- Smaller; don't remember how tall
Drake- over 1,000 feet
Other tower on 57th- over 1,000 feet
Hudson Yards- 1,300 feet, 1,080 feet, and a handful of 700/800 footers



Good enough?
For now at least.
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Undisputed capital of the world. In their respective times of glory, London and Rome are probably the only ones close.
Why do people insist on saying things like this?
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Even the non-impressive stuff is impressive. I'm impressed.

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Why do people insist on saying things like this?
To revel in our glory.
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The view in the 3rd pic is going to be ungodly when the WTC complex, 50 West, and 99 Church are completed.
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“Office buildings are our factories – whether for tech, creative or traditional industries we must continue to grow our modern factories to create new jobs,” said United States Senator Chuck Schumer.
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Just a bit too much more for this mind to absorb.
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