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Old Posted Jan 18, 2019, 1:35 AM
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WOW! Perhaps THE best pic I've seen on this forum to date! REALLY shows off the sort of progress that NY has seen these past few years!
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Old Posted Jan 20, 2019, 2:09 AM
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Don't get used to this view...3 bulky towers are about to crash the party.


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It's hard to imagine that the entire HU/MW complex is really only half way done.
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Don't forget the peripheral stuff in the pipeline.

I can envision everything going on in this part of MT encroaching on NoMad & 5th at some point in the future..
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^^Of all the great pictures that have graced this thread, I think this one might be my favorite. The modern city rising above the past. What a great shot.
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get ready to get decked this spring!

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Old Posted Jan 24, 2019, 2:26 AM
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A hundred and six years later...


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It's hard to imagine that the entire HU/MW complex is really only half way done.
I wish that all these buildings had been consolidated into just a couple of really tall buildings (megatalls would have been nice!), though I do understand that the project would have cost much more money.
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Hudson Yards unveils new contemporary art

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....in the lobby of 30 Hudson Yards–the 90-story, Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed commercial and retail tower that has the distinction of being NYC’s second-tallest office building–Spanish artist Jaume Plensa created “Voices.” Known for his works that play on space and volume, Plensa’s work consists of 11 variously sized steel orbs, his largest suspended piece to date. “Weighing between 400 and 5,000 pounds, the sandblasted steel spheres appear to float above the monumental space, sparking a dialogue on a sense of global unity and appreciation for different languages and cultures,” according to the press release.

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Public spaces have been essential to my work for many years, because they have this tremendous capacity to connect people not only with art, but also with the great architecture that surrounds it, and with one another. When Stephen Ross asked me to create a new, large-scale sculpture for the lobby of 30 Hudson Yards, I said yes immediately. The eleven spheres that make up Voices are composed of letters from eight different alphabets, to inspire people with the idea that while we come from many places and many cultures, we are here as one community.



















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The artwork makes it look like it will be Wikipedia's HQ ...
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re Post#4352, pic#1:

I'm going to cry now.............
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30 Hudson, along with HY, the 57th street corridor, Verre and just an epic sight. Also, note 1 Vandy. Very bulky, and will dominate the skyline in a good way, just like the ESB has.




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30 Hudson, along with HY, the 57th street corridor, Verre and just an epic sight. Also, note 1 Vandy. Very bulky, and will dominate the skyline in a good way, just like the ESB has.




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Wow this is incredible. Growing up, this is something I might have dreamt of. We are truly blessed to be living this.
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