NEW YORK | One Vanderbilt | 1,401 FT | 67 FLOORS


Nice angle NYCD hope that viaduct becomes a mini highline one day!!.!

a few pics from yesterday, seems almost as tall as the old commodore.


Nice shot!

2 years ago i was in almost the same spot…


Hopefully it will be finished in another 2 years…



30 HY = 100,000 TONS of structural steel (this includes all the steel in the massive retail base/mall so maybe really two buildings, not sure how this is counted)
1 VANDY = 26,500 TONS of structural steel
1 WTC = 45,000 TONS of structural steel
1 ESB = 57,000 TONS of structural steel

1 Vanderbilt is a huge building, but 30 HY is crazy


Ima try to stop by. Going to the city this afternoon and staying over a friends pad on UES. Should be able to snap a lot of shots today. :beers:


When we thought the monoliths wouldn’t rise as slender towers were the new trend…


Great info, 30 Hudson is a true goliath. I’m surprised the ESB has more steel than 1 WTC. It’ll be interesting to see how much steel 50 Hudson will have, its not going to be as tall but definitely will be another goliath.


the retail is around 12000 tons, but thats in addition to the 100,000



20/67, 30%

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That setback is at 302 feet, so the tower should be close to 400 feet tall


Jeez. This is growing pretty quick.

I love it! :heart_eyes::heart_eyes:


I like my towers like this: Thicc


Thicker than a bowl of oatmeal :ok_hand: :ok_hand:


I like other stuff thick too!



ooo :kissing_heart:



Great shots, Oppi


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Yesterday. Now visible from across Bryant Park, and the cranes are now visible from the LIC waterfront