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It's the ElCheapo rental put up fast to make up the numbers. No thought on design , just the profit numbers. A glass housing project.
Fortunately it'll get washed out amidst the coming towers and its surroundings. Its akin to 5 Beekman (worst tower built in the last 5 years).

On a side note, can't wait for the 2nd component to rise. 1 MW needs its slightly shorter twin to rise. To fill that void in the skyline mass. Will help further connect MW district to HY. When Penn Station district kicks off, there will be some solid "massing" bulk/density for the area.
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Walking along 33rd Street today, it struck me how tall this thing looks as it looms. Then I remembered it's basically going to be a 1,000 ft building, so of course it does.


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How does the power grid able to provide power to so many skyscrapers?
I’m in awe!
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How does the power grid able to provide power to so many skyscrapers?
I’m in awe!
Big cities use way less power per person. You don't see the power lines in NYC but they're tons of them including 345kV lines, they're just all underground and the substations are mostly disguised as commercial buildings or in the basements of buildings.
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How does the power grid able to provide power to so many skyscrapers?
I’m in awe!
I've always been in awe about how the sewer and water supply infrastructure can keep up with so many skyscrapers.
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this one is shaping up to have a really sexy glass skin and a lovely shape--better than the tortured attempts at design coming out of Hudson Yards
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