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#21

I agree that the design is bland, but it’s a solid filler, and will help to draw the gap between the Hudson Yards and the rest of the Midtown skyline while we wait for 1 and 2 MW

Although I still think the cladding is a bit shoddy


#22

Cladding is very shoddy, I see PTACs… = cheap!


#23

I really do hope the cladding for 1 and 2 MW picks up ito game, as it looks gorgeous on the renders with how it flows around the corners


#24

February 20th, 2016

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#25

Feb 26th


#26

The glass on MW is very shiny!

Feb 29th


#27


@architecture_in_formation


#28

You can see 3 Manhattan West.

Hey… pay attention to the tower! :slight_smile:


Credit: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3512258/Scantily-clad-models-pose-perilously-close-edge-New-York-s-tallest-buildings.html


#29

Lovely


#30

There’s a tower in that image?


#31

Topping out ceremony
21 Likes, 2 Comments - ManhattanWestNY (@manhattanwestny) on Instagram: “#Brookfield celebrated the topping out of Manhattan West
@manhattanwest


#32

Good one, Stig and VG!

I see two nice sets of twins!!


#33


@lowvguyny


#34

Cinco de Mayo


#35

3 Major developments can be seen, along with 3 MW to the right of 10 Hudson.

Credit: CucombreLibre


#36

Taken 5/12


#37

Taken today from Hoboken. Makes a pretty decent impact on the skyline from this angle.


#38

JC_Heights, I don’t know where you came from, who you are but you are a new blessing for this forum, thanks for all the updates!
P.S you should defs introduce yourself in the welcome new members thread, would love to understand how it’s possible for you to post so many NYC updates but also philadelphia updates. In any case thanks!
Cheers!


#39

today


Today @ 5 Manhattan West


#40

A couple renders of the lobby and rooftop amenity space [URL=“http://ny.curbed.com/2016/5/26/11785790/manhattan-west-renderings-brookfield-midtown-megaproject”] from Curbed today[/URL]: