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While the pictures are great, they just cannot do it justice. In person, even only half way completed, it is stunning!!! The way that the facets on the facade change as you move around it just blows your mind!! By far the most fitting and graceful design for it's intended occupants I have ever seen. It is a shame that this is not larger and stand out in the skyline. But it certainly will be a hidden "Gem" (pun intended) right in the heart of NY.