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I agree that the building looks a little stout in that rendering, but I think it will actually look much better in real life.

The rendering is set from the one perspective from which the view of the building is completely unimpeded by any of its neighbors. In reality you will almost never see this thing from that angle, though--there will always be multiple buildings in the way obscuring portions of the base.

The higher floors will be more visible, but by time you get to the higher floors the proportions are much nicer. This is a saving grace of 30 Hudson Yards as well; it's base is deceptively thick but once everything else is complete you will only see the slimmer top portion peaking above the canopy.
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This is a nice building.
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Why isn't this listed as U/C??
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Why isn't this listed as U/C??
Actually, it is.
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From the rendering I get the impression this building will be very fat.

It's not terrible though, I guess it adds nice balance to the skyline since a lot of new towers going up are super thin.
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From the rendering I get the impression this building will be very fat.

It's not terrible though, I guess it adds nice balance to the skyline since a lot of new towers going up are super thin.
It will be fat, as will the Spiral across the street from it.
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Wait a minute...I have to be missing something here...If this is supposed to be 1,011', why does the YIMBY forum still have it listed as 985'?
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Wait a minute...I have to be missing something here...If this is supposed to be 1,011', why does the YIMBY forum still have it listed as 985'?


Closer to 1,012 ft.















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The 1,011 ft is that elevation or from ground to roof and is this going to be taller than 35 Hudson?
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I'm pretty sure that the 1,039' figure for 35 uses the AMSL calculation.
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The 1,011 ft is that elevation or from ground to roof and is this going to be taller than 35 Hudson?
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30 Hudson topped out as 50 Hudson begins it's slow climb out of the ground...(and for good measure, notice the Spiral beginning to wake up).


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The "Battle of the Beasts" heats up...

50 Hudson Yards vs the Spiral
1,011 ft vs 1,031 ft



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50 Hudson, the Spiral, and 3 Hudson all ready to shoot up out of the ground. Each massive office towers that would probably be the largest office tower going up anywhere else in the country, just to put it into perspective.


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