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That is a nice rendering! Hope they use really high-quality glass.
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That podium is a real mess.
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This one looks like its starting up.
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Some more heavy duty pile drivers at the site. Another near 500 footer to the sea of skyscrapers in the area.
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From our YIMBY contributer Walpole

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Still no major action yet. Getting close though. The suspense.


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walpole the banned lives lol!
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walpole the banned lives lol!
That pic above was from urbanvsmodernism. I'm not sure who does that blog, but whoever it is, they walk a lot. The man covered like all of Newark and Jersey City in a day. But yes he does live on. Not here unfortunately where we are not reaping the insider info and daily construction shots. Eh, but its what they want. Because people don't have a sense of humor. And along with him, Vertical Gotham left who again, was a great contributor. I mean technically speaking, theres only a few ssp members keeping the whole NYC vibe alive here. I wish it was a little more active ya know. I can almost guarantee that if nyguy, hunser, sparkling or me where to stop posting for like 5 months, you would see a 90% drop in nyc related thread activity. My point is, good members like vg or RW shouldn't have to migrate elsewhere because of politically correct people. The benefit in net traffic, hence more ad revenue, should be a good enough reason to keep em. They generate views and interest. Get more people interested. And creating a culture that makes people want to leave is bad for peope who want to learn about developments.

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I can almost guarantee that if nyguy, hunser, sparkling or me where to stop posting for like 5 months, you would see a 90% drop in nyc related thread activity. My point is, good members like vg or RW shouldn't have to migrate elsewhere because of politically correct people.
100% agree. Spoken from the perspective of a daily visitor who mostly lurks
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Looks like this is moving along.



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Virgin Hotel at 1205-27 Broadway to Redefine Manhattan's NoMad District

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Following the recent demolition of a series of structures between 1205-27 Broadway, work has begun on what will soon be known as the Virgin Hotel, a 38-storey, 460-room tower from the LAM Group that is set to redefine the local streetscape. Rising on an entire block that was purchased for a combined $88 million along the iconic avenue from West 29th to West 30th Street, the VOA Associates-designed Virgin Hotel will soar 476 feet above ground level to become one of the tallest new structures in Manhattan's NoMad district.
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Just amazes me how close to grade the bedrock is.
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