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    And the endless pile of 6th Avenue crap extrudes from Ladies' Mile to Central Park -
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    From 23rd to Central Park is the Avenue of Meh!

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    02.03.15






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    It was a good idea for them to set the tower back so Eventi doesn't block their views.

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    In the shadow of the Empire State Building, the concrete frame of 855 Sixth Avenue has quietly risen to its full 500-foot height. Spanning the full western blockfront of Sixth Avenue between West 30th and 31st Streets, the 41-story mixed-use tower, designed by COOKFOX Architects and co-developed by the Durst Organization and Fetner Properties, is poised to bring 190,000 square feet of commercial space and 375 rentals to the southern fringe of Herald Square later this year.
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    Looks like it has no front.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tectonic View Post
    Looks like it has no front.
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    ...because it's ashamed?

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    wow, that looks like shit

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    It's like each new tower on that stretch of 6th Ave just gave less of a shit than the one before. Trump would have built a nicer building.

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