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Old Posted Mar 3, 2017, 4:50 AM
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10 super talls u/c at once. One topped out (3 WTC). What a age we are in.

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10 super talls u/c at once. One topped out (3 WTC). What a age we are in.
This is age of Ramses, no doubt.
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Holy hell, a super tall in Brooklyn, never thought I'd see the day. NYC is unstoppable.
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Holy hell, a super tall in Brooklyn, never thought I'd see the day. NYC is unstoppable.
And a gorgeous one, at that!
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Effin gorgeous. So this should be moved to under construction right? Is this going to be the smallest footprint for a supertall in Merca'? Looks to be even more slender than 111 w 57th.
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I can't get enough of this tower. It echoes the best of Art Deco but is decidedly modern and iconic. I hope we get something of this caliber in Long Island City at some point.
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This may be the best tower going up in NYC. I may even like it more than Steinway, which is crazy.
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Effin gorgeous. So this should be moved to under construction right? Is this going to be the smallest footprint for a supertall in Merca'? Looks to be even more slender than 111 w 57th.
Very similar developments. Both are integrated into existing city landmarks. The same developers obviously (JDS). Same architects (SHoP).

The biggest difference between the two towers is that the Steinway (111) will be a super-luxury, super exclusive tower, with only about 65 units total (including some in the original portion of the building).

On the other hand, 9 DeKalb will have between 400 - 500 units, about 20% of that affordable housing. The contrast couldn't be more different as far as that goes. But both will be welcome additions to the city's ever increasing skyline.
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Incredible.

So this means New York will now have three CBDs with supertalls.

And Canada still can't get one.
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Incredible.

So this means New York will now have three CBDs with supertalls.

And Canada still can't get one.


Yes....3.... with Long Island City and Jersey City also both having towers very very close to Supertall height.


I must say I love this tower. Are they drilling caisson footings for it now? Or is that just excavation or sheet piling equipment? I can't quite tell from the photos.
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The movement of this to the supertall forum is great.

We now have 10, I repeat, 10 NYC supertalls u/c.

1) 9 Dekalb
2) 111 W 57th
3) CPT
4) 175 Greenwich
5) 53W53
6) One Vanderbilt
7) 1 MW
8) 35 Hudson
9) 30 Hudson
10) 3 Hudson

And we haven't even gotten our trousers off yet.

Still have the LES super talls to look forward too and some potential ones on 5th Avenue. Not to mention 8o South, Two Manhattan West, 45 Broad (which will start soon I hope), and it goes on.



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1. 80 South Street, 1,438ft (438m)
2. 666 5th Avenue, 1,400ft (427m)
3. Shvo Central Park Tower, 1,320ft+ (400m+)
4. 335 Madison Avenue, 1,320ft+ (400m+)
5. 151 East 60th Street, 1,240ft (378m)
6. 15 Penn Plaza, 1,216ft (371m) [Stale Proposal]
7. Two Manhattan West, 1,216ft (371m) *
8. 1 Park Lane, 1,210ft (369m)
9. 41 West 57th Street, 1,200ft+ (366m+)
10. 45 Broad Street, 1,127ft (344m) *
11. Hudson Yards Phase II Supertall, 1,100ft+ (335m+)
12. 520 West 41st Street, 1,100ft (335m) *
13. 262 5th Avenue, 1,050ft (320m)
14. 247 Cherry Street, 1,008ft (307m)
15. The Spiral, 1,005ft (306m)
16. 386 Flatbush Avenue, 1,000ft (305m)
17. 360 10th Avenue 1,000ft+ (305m+)
18. 237 Park Avenue, 1,000ft+ (305m+)
19. 341 Madison Avenue, 1,000ft+ (305m+)
20. 31 West 57th Street, 1,000ft+ (305m+)
21. Cetra Ruddy UES Tower, 1,000ft+ (305m+)
22. 1710 Broadway, 1,000ft+ (305m+)
23. 740 8th Avenue, 1,000ft+ (305m+)
24. 144 West 34th Street, 1,000ft+ (305m+)
25. 562-570 5th Ave, 1,000ft+ (305m+)
26. 989-993 6th Ave, 1,000ft+ (305m+)
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Incredible.

So this means New York will now have three CBDs with supertalls.

And Canada still can't get one.
Toronto's got a couple in the pipeline. They'll start soon.
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in between all the digging i see stuff sticking up out the ground -- this joint is definately u/c -- woo hoo!


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Toronto's got a couple in the pipeline. They'll start soon.
not to throw us off here, but one bloor and actually several others in various stages of planning, yes?

1 Yonge: 307m
Mirvish-Gehry West: 305m
The One: 304m
55 Lakeshore East I: 304m
55 Lakeshore East II: 304m
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