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Thread: One Beacon Court a.k.a. Bloomberg Tower - 151 East 58th @ Lexington - by Cesar Pelli

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    17 floors

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    17 out of 25 ? That can't be right.
    Is the tower going to be 650 ft tall ? or even lower ?

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    I think he meant 17 left...

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    That would be a relief...

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    correction 17 left to be built

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    yeah sorry i was wrong, 17 plus the crown is the correct number

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    And the crown is like the equivilant of how many floors? Six or ten?

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    It is most probably six, but I could be wrong. Im really looking forward to the structure topping out!

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    In either case, it'll be a huge space.
    What will be in it ?
    Water tank ? Exclusive club like that of the Chrysler building ?

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    A public area would be good so that people could admire the veiw, it'll be spectacular! But the likelyhood of that is minute.

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    Everyone has been seemingly kept in the dark about this project even when it was proposed... one thing we all learned is that we can be surprised... lol... It would be nice if they had like a public atrium in the crown... that would be nice

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    Today im pretty sure that I counted nine concrete floors! Its moving fast! funnily the glasiers have slowed down now. Probably because they were going too fast in the first place, altough Im not complaning.

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    Well i am very happy that they decided to stick with that bluish colored paneling... it makes the area much more diverse with buildings and their colors... It beats black glass or stone colored... Its just aesthetically pleasing to me

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    Good to hear from you again, Rich. Wasn't this building just a foundation the last time you posted (as Batman)?

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    Indeed it was. Welcome back, Rich!

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