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Its such a hulking mass of a building. Sheer dominance, I love it!
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That is one fugly train haha.
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Oh yeah...that's what catches your eye first....

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I think this is the start of the outdoors observation deck!! I’ll try to take better pics tomorrow morning








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Based off the blueprints, they are completing floor 83 now. The next floor will be a mechanical floor and take up floors 84 and 85. Then at floor 86 we should begin seeing the observation deck extending from the tower. The deck comprises floors 86-89 completing the occupied floors on this building.

I didn't realize 10 Hudson had an outdoor terrace until the above post.
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So floors 90-92 are also mechanical?
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^I moved away from New York in 2015, and "back then"(lol only 2 years ago) almost every highrise in that picture didn't exist. Incredible
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Does anyone know the height of this right now?
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Prolly something like 1050'???

It depends on the height of the ob deck plate, which is where we're almost at.

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I noticed that they were going vertical again earlier, but no deck components visible from where I was standing.
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I noticed that they were going vertical again earlier, but no deck components visible from where I was standing.
Going by that last picture NYguy, it looks like they are still a couple floors shy of the obs deck floor
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Yeah, we're close enough, it'll be our early Christmas present.
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Going by that last picture NYguy, it looks like they are still a couple floors shy of the obs deck floor
Floor 83 was my last count based on blueprints and the obs deck begins at floor 86. From the pics he posted today, it look like they may have started floor 84.
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