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118 Fulton can be seen. Also 111 Murray on the left.


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Based on the renders, I'm not sure if I'm liking how the top balances out. It's as if there's a mini-setback at a 90º angle.

The facade, while consistent and visually appealing, looks somewhat "VE'd".

Excellent height for its placement, though.
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This is an underrated tower. It's actually nice despite everyone trashing it. The cladding is quite classy with the geometric pattern.

Bare concrete walls like those on that tower in the background shouldn't be allowed... Of course they will never stop them from doing it because there are no design reviews on most towers.

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118 Fulton as viewed from DoBro. Looks lilliputian compared to 3 WTC and especially 1 WTC, which dominates the neighborhood. On a side note, over in Jersey City, Ellipse can be seen. It's the wavy facade, Miami-like tower.

Also, a tab-bit hard to find, unless you know its location, but the POS 215 Pearl can be seen. To the right of 118 Fulton, with the bunker like design. Honorable mentions to 5 Beekman, with its 4, PVC pipe corner spires.


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