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Old Posted May 14, 2015, 11:30 AM
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Several New York towers in need of diagrams

It'd be great if we could see diagrams for all these upcoming towers.

1710 Broadway (link)
Hegiht: 1000ft
Floors: 80



45 Park Place (link)
Height: 665ft
Floors: 39







12 East 37th (link)
Height: 700ft
Floors: 65







15 Hudson Yards (link)
Height: 910ft
Floors: 70


Last edited by Eidolon; Mar 15, 2017 at 3:58 PM. Reason: removed 5 Beekman and 3 Manhattan West, thanks Koodoo & Alx99 for the diagrams
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Old Posted Sep 19, 2015, 3:18 PM
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Here are some more towers in need of diagrams


145 East 60th St
(Link)
Height: 1000ft +
Floors: 70






138 E 50th (link)
Height: 803ft
Floors: 64





428 - 432 East 58th Street
(aka Sutton Plance Tower) (link)
Height: 900ft +
Floors: 70



15 E 30th Street (Link)
Height: 730ft
Floors: 48


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The NYC diagrams are really behind. its been 10 months and we still need all of those above except for 12 E. 37th, and the Sutton place tower, which have since been cancelled

In addition, we now also need 45 broad street, 340 Flatbush Avenue, the 900 footer in queens, and the new supertall proposed in hudson yards, among others

and we need a redrawing of 125 greenwich and soon a redrawing of 80 south street
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Old Posted Apr 1, 2016, 4:16 PM
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NYC is missing about 50% of all likely supertalls, including ones like 740 8th which have been referred to as being among the tallest future towers in NYC, while other like 520 W.41st aren't even cancelled.

As for 12 E 37th or the Sutton Place Tower, they will be built in due time, but even if they aren't, cancelled towers deserve diagrams too.
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23 Park Row (thread link) (database link)
Height: 691 ft
Floors: 54









Roseland Tower (thread link) (database link)
Height: 675 ft
Floors: 62







6 Columbus Circle (thread link) (database link)
Height: 700 ft
Floors: 50



8 West 30th Street
(thread link) (database link)
Height: 796 ft
Floors: 64





247 Cherry Street (thread link) (database link)
Height: 1008 ft
Floors: 77




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Old Posted Apr 4, 2017, 10:20 AM
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666 5th Avenue (Thread Link) (Database Link)
Height: 1400ft
Floors: 100













One Seaport
(Thread Link) (Database Link)
Height: 670ft
Floors: 60













321 East 96th Street (Thread Link) (Database Link)
Height: 760ft
Floors: 68









UN Consolidated Building (Thread Link) (Database Link)
Height: 546ft
Floors: 35








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