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New York's future second-tallest skyscraper breaks ground

New York's future second-tallest skyscraper breaks ground

New York's Future Second Tallest Tower Breaks Ground,Courtesy of SL Green Realty Corp

Watch Buildings Get Demolished for the 58-Story Office Tower at One Vanderbilt - New York YIMBY

Gallery of New York's Future Second Tallest Tower Breaks Ground - 24

Gallery of New York's Future Second Tallest Tower Breaks Ground - 20

Gallery of New York's Future Second Tallest Tower Breaks Ground - 20

New York's Future Second Tallest Tower Breaks Ground,Courtesy of SL Green Realty Corp

New York's Future Second Tallest Tower Breaks Ground | ArchDaily

New York's Future Second Tallest Tower Breaks Ground

New York's Future Second Tallest Tower Breaks Ground,Courtesy of SL Green Realty Corp

New York by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates in New York, United States

The withdrawal of the suit, which accused a developer of denying the terminal owners their air rights, removed the last legal hurdle to construction of an office tower known as 1 Vanderbilt.

Rainbow Room at the Rockerfeller Centre, NYC

New York, December 1933 Rockefeller Center and RCA Building from 515 Madison Avenue. New York, September 1933 Rockefeller Center, New York.

Rockefeller Center New York City September 1, 1933

RCA Building, Rockefeller Center, general view from old Union Club. New York City, 1933 September 1

Manhattan, wow!

Manhattanhenge: Twice a year the sun sets over the Hudson River in NYC and lines up with the gridded streets. This is looking west on street in NYC.

One Vanderbilt Tower by Kohn Pedersen Fox

KPF's One Vanderbilt skyscraper for Manhattan moves forward

KPF's One Vanderbilt skyscraper for Manhattan moves forward after lawsuit dropped

Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal (incorrectly labeled as Station.) New York City 1929 Photo by Hal Morey (Image from the NYC Transit Museum)

Baccarat Hotel & Residence by SOM. Moma courtyard in foreground. Manhattan is just incredible.

SOM's Baccarat tower in New York overlooks MoMA