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^So we have 57th street (aka the strip of supertalls) and this (super dense plaza with supertalls) It's quite awesome.
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^So we have 57th street (aka the strip of supertalls) and this (super dense plaza with supertalls) It's quite awesome.
and that model doesn't even include brookfield's Manhattan West immediately to the east
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^So we have 57th street (aka the strip of supertalls) and this (super dense plaza with supertalls) It's quite awesome.
Its going to do wonders for the Island. Some density distributed to the west side of Manhattan as the East is simply to dense. A mass of skyscrapers that will hopefully be continues from east to west. Somewhat what you see on 42nd street. Only applies from 34th and up.


http://www.woodycampbell.com/wp-cont...011704-622.jpg

A lot of potential if some of these low rises are bought up in the future in favor for larger projects.
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and that model doesn't even include brookfield's Manhattan West immediately to the east
Yeah and eventually 15 penn plaza will create a strip of supertalls out to HY. It will be truly amazing. Here comes NYC's newest landmark!
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A lot of potential if some of these low rises are bought up in the future in favor for larger projects.
I've always thought that area was a great place for supertalls. I even designed some of my own for the area.
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A lot of potential if some of these low rises are bought up in the future in favor for larger projects.
That won't happen.


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One major outcome of the West Clinton Rezoning would be the imposition of height limits, in an area where developers can currently construct towers of unlimited height.

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We're not talking about an area consisting of large parking lots and open space.
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Yeah, at least in the near-term, there is no way they will allow big highrises in the heart of the Clinton area. There are some sites, though, that can be developed with towers because of exceptions (urban renewal land, variances, and the like).
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This is the only thing that could make a blockish monster tower on this site more acceptable, a taller, slender tower built at the Sherwood site directly to the north...(447 10th Ave).
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Oh no are they going to get rid of the art deco building? The small Coach office building?

Also 1800 + sounds good although it might be a lilttle too early
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It would be nice if someone could do a rough diagram of that building.
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Oh no are they going to get rid of the art deco building? The small Coach office building?

Also 1800 + sounds good although it might be a lilttle too early

Yes, Coach is moving out to its new tower. You can see a little detail on the building in the photos above, but other than that, it's an eyesore.


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Yes, Coach is moving out to its new tower. You can see a little detail on the building in the photos above, but other than that, it's an eyesore.

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Let's be fair and take a look at the other side (the only side that looks decent):



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Let's be fair and take a look at the other side (the only side that looks decent):
It's had better days. The street façade is beautiful, but it was meant to come down. Don't get me wrong-- if I could pick the building up and move it, I'd put it in Queens or Brooklyn right away.

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It's had better days. The street façade is beautiful, but it was meant to come down. Don't get me wrong-- if I could pick the building up and move it, I'd put it in Queens or Brooklyn right away.

Back in 2007...

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I don't think it's decorative enough to be worth saving, personally, was just pointing out that there's a decent looking side to it. I'm not all that fond of the solid simple concrete on the bottom.
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from the Hudson Yards Website. http://www.hudsonyardsnewyork.com/li...udson-yards-13


Estimating using the height of 30 Hudson Yard's observation platform, this one should be ~1100ft

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