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#1318

This tower is stunning.

Looking at that photo, however, makes me reiterate my typical refrain:Vision42 should be implemented ASAP, and it should also cover 14th, 23rd, 34th, and 57th Streets. We don’t need cars there. Instead, those traffic-chocked streets should have wide, landscaped sidewalks with two lanes of trolley going in either direction.


#1319

Couldn’t agree more Robert. Also would love to see pedestrian only on Broadway from Union Square to MSP.


#1320

I agree re: the pedestrianization of B’Way, City. I want to see that from the Battery to 59th St.


#1321

Hmm… so kinda back to its original roots as a Native American trail/path? Now that would be something.


#1322

When they pedestrianize portions of B’Way between Times Sq and Herald Sq in the summer, it’s truly amazing!


#1323

#1324

We’re back!


#1325

Yes and great pics!! :smiley:


#1326

Great way to come back! amazing pics @baronson
:beers:


#1327

#1328

Multiple pics in link:


#1329

from last saturday, I counted 34 stories i believe


#1330

I counted 38


#1331

lighting was great so I took a ton of pics


#1332

Great pics! It really is a nice fall day out.


#1333


#1334

It’s so massive and beautifully clad


#1335

Am I the only one whose not a fan of this?


#1336

Probably not, but what do you not like about it? Architecture should be freely discussed.


#1337

I’m not a fan of the diagonal panels on the side. I also think buildings with dark and light stripes are ugly.

IDK it might look better when it’s topped out but I think something like Manhattan West or all of the buildings currently at Hudson Yards look WAY better.