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#241

The first picture is also OUT OF THIS WORLD. That is what you call a large cumulus.


#242

No tripod so a bit blurry


#243

Still a nice picture, Tectonic.
It’s worth it! :wink:


#244

Better. Summer dawn…


#245

Like this picture as well, Tectonic! ^^
And this tower is almost complete!


#246

I did the.highline yesterday and the connection to Coach tower is structurally done. The just need.to do some.exterior work and I .guessing work on the.atrium inside the tower


#247


&peteralessandria


#248

What a splendid picture you found, VG!
Love the red moon over the skyline! :slight_smile:


#249

Today from Stevens



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#251

did you take the photo?

If so in person how the quality compare to say the interior of Rockefeller Center or Seagram building?


#252

I did.
Well, unfortunately most modern architecture quality is not the same as in the old days. There is no attention to details.

GE building crown 1931


#253

kinda figured as much. If this was an old school building the rail on the stairs would be black marble instead of the fairly cheap looking white whatever that material is(thinking it is just concrete). The wall on the left looks quite well done.

Whether you agree with his views or not, this is what I think Trump typically gets right. High quality materials.


#254


@kpf



@stripedarchitect


#255

L’Oréal Started to move in today. It will still take months for everyone to come over from 5th ave. so maybe it will still be a little while until everyone moves out from the old Coach building as well.


#256


@papakila


#257

Minutes Ago


#258

Nice photo, VG!

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#259

kinda a dreary day in NYC it seems.


#260

Yes it is.

Taken from outside 7wtc