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Old Posted Oct 8, 2012, 4:19 PM
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This may be the best looking of the group, and I like all of them.

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I wonder how tall the two resi towers are?
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~1000 and ~850 ft most likely
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The cultural "shed" will now be integrated into the residential tower, similar to the way it was originally planned at the WTC...














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http://archrecord.construction.com/n...eak-Ground.asp

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In addition to the Coach tower, KPF is designing a 1,300-foot high-rise. Connecting the two will be a five-story retail podium by Elkus Manfredi Architects, facing a landscaped plaza by Nelson Byrd Woltz. Also planned for the first phase: a 950-foot mixed-use tower with a hotel, condos, and shops, by SOM. Plus, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, along with the Rockwell Group, are designing a “culture shed,” a five-story moveable structure that abuts an 825-foot apartment tower that the team has also designed. The shed can roll out, like a trundle bed, to create a 55,000-square-foot performance and exhibition space.
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I really do like this one
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So cool
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Resized a bit...







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I really like this one!! that bubble middle is outstanding in the renderings.

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Old Posted Dec 4, 2012, 2:54 PM
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I can see this is going to be another one of those days we render ourselves to death....


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This tower is disgustingly good.

Might be my favorite of the entire project. Though I can't decide, I love them all!
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I was skeptical about this tower, and then I saw these renderings. This tower should be awesome.
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it looks taller than the coach tower which contradicts the article's specified height.
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Okay, I did just mention on the other thread that I don't love how busy the midsection of this tower is...

...but the gym with the track looping around the whole interior of the building is pretty damned cool.
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This and the North Tower are my favorite buildings in the complex...so far
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I guess I am the only one, or at least in a very small minority, that find this tower rather ugly, I just don't like the top with that four cilinders, but whatever.

By the way, I think the title of the thread should be changed to include the name "D tower" that has been used by the developers to promote this tower.

Edit, and also include the number of floors, 75 according with the website

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also according to the website it will be 844 ft. http://www.hudsonyardsnewyork.com/li...dential-towers
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Unbelievable render. I'm confident these designs will translate well in to real life.
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This is just 844 feet? Funny, this seems taller than the tower of the coach. I love this building. This and the North Tower are my favorites... Just a door to the future. Incredible!
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The more renderings I see of this project...uhmm....uh....I suppose, the more I'm at a loss for words.
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