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Old Posted Feb 4, 2010, 6:52 PM
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Carnegie Hall Tower and Metropolitan Tower is my guess, although I'm not sure if they touch.
Nope, they don't touch. The rowhome-sized Russian Tea Room is between them.
     
     
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Rising to join the skyline...

     
     
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Decent, run-of-the-mill infill.
     
     
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I'm a bit disappointed that the glass looks flatter than the renders made it out to be. The renders gave it a nice texture, but this is turning into a minimalist-ish box.
     
     
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The glass gives that watery look from the distance.
     
     
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This is a pretty interesting project. I'm not sure whether I like the glass or not.
     
     
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Can't say I'm a fan of this one, though it isn't totally awful.

     
     
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What's the building in the right foreground?
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another nice addition to the already great nyc skyline

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What's the building in the right foreground?
it is one of two residential towers that were completed this year at 37th and 10th ave
     
     
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Is Tower 111 near Topping out? Or it will get more higher if yes how much higher?
     
     
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it is one of two residential towers that were completed this year at 37th and 10th ave
Yeah, and it turns out to be a nice a nice development now that its complete. Sorry we didn't find the time to cover it, so much was going on then, and the Silver Towers seemed sexier...

Tower 111 has been topped out, if I'm not mistaken.
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