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Old Posted Jul 4, 2022, 8:11 PM
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1,066 feet?
To main roof, probably excluding a parapet or something. It's likely still 1,115 in that case.

This is a gorgeous building and will have a similar impact to 3WTC visually, pretty awesome stuff.

It'd be amazing if this, 2WTC and 5WTC could all rise together.
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Old Posted Jul 5, 2022, 12:24 AM
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bonus -- it will hide the billy beaver bro tower view through the empty lot there.
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They should call it The Hastings Tower or The William Tower.
They should call it "Not another NYC height-cut" tower.
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How did this ever get put in the Under Construction section?
It was under construction. It’s currently on hold.



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To main roof, probably excluding a parapet or something. It's likely still 1,115 in that case.
That 1,115 ft figure is before the changes. The actual current height won’t be too much above that though.
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They should call it "Not another NYC height-cut" tower.
No city builds supertalls like NY. Who cares about a marginal cut.
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It was under construction. It’s currently on hold.
As far as I could tell from reviewing the whole thread, it never got further than a cleared site.
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No city builds supertalls like NY. Who cares about a marginal cut.
No city builds so many dull supertalls like NY.

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Old Posted Jul 5, 2022, 7:20 PM
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^ Yeah, because there are so many places with so many more exciting ones going up. Give it a rest. If you find these supertall threads so boring, you can stay out.


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As far as I could tell from reviewing the whole thread, it never got further than a cleared site.
Review harder.
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^ Yeah, because there are so many places with so many more exciting ones going up. Give it a rest. If you find these supertall threads so boring, you can stay out.
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No city builds so many dull supertalls like NY.

You must be going blind
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That’s moronic.
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FAA study has now been submitted for 1,039 ft, so we'll go with that for now...


https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external...802281&row=146

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Structure Type: Building
Structure Name: 45 Broad Street, NW Corner 227

Structure Height: 1039
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yikes. though lets hope 80 south gets a similar chop.
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yikes. though lets hope 80 south gets a similar chop.
Why would me hope that? If anything it's the opposite
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FAA study has now been submitted for 1,039 ft, so we'll go with that for now...


https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external...802281&row=146

What's with the height reduction??? Will it disrupt the birds flight path? Or cast too much shadow over a nearby park?
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What's with the height reduction??? Will it disrupt the birds flight path? Or cast too much shadow over a nearby park?
Developer’s choice. Plans are not exactly the same. We’ve known this for a while now.
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Hopefully they keep CetraRuddy on board and stick with the same design aesthetic.
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Not such a big deal or much shorter, just get it built at this point
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Old Posted Aug 10, 2022, 3:16 AM
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Yeah I don't care if it's ~100' shorter as long as it generally keeps its stellar design.
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