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Thread: Hearst Tower - 300 West 57th Street @ Eighth Avenue - by Norman Foster

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    think a few more floors, i counted 30 the other day

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    January 5, 2005: Birdsmouth panels installed

    I love that comparrison, its so blatant.

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    Here's a rendering of what the webcam may see in a few years:


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    Wow very good job! NY has never seen a building like this before.

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    FYI

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    It's almost topped out. 10 floors at the most.

    The glass is looking really great, very shiny, smooth.

    I used to work in the base of that building. My new professional goal: get a corner cubicle (they say there will be no offices) on a high floor facing the park.

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    I used to work in the base of that building. My new professional goal: get a corner cubicle (they say there will be no offices) on a high floor facing the park
    It all depends for what Magazine you work for. There will be one magazine per floor, they will not be scattered throughout the building.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stern
    I used to work in the base of that building. My new professional goal: get a corner cubicle (they say there will be no offices) on a high floor facing the park
    It all depends for what Magazine you work for. There will be one magazine per floor, they will not be scattered throughout the building.
    You can bet Harper's Bazaar will get the top floor. After that, I'm guessing it will be followed by Esquire, Town & Country, O/Oprah, House Beautiful, Cosmo, Seventeen, Cosmo girl, yadda, yadda, yadda...

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    aural iNK, KUDOS TO YOU! You are amazing at these shots! (NYT and BofA and now this!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ILUVNYC
    aural iNK, KUDOS TO YOU! You are amazing at these shots! (NYT and BofA and now this!)
    Thank you!

    Here's how the view from across the river may look:


    (click image for the full panorama)

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    Looks great!

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    The panorama shot is very impressive.

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    THAT SHOT IS AMAZING.

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    ...but is Hearst really at an angle such as that?

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    Quick shot - was walking by last week when a large piece was delivered......


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