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Thread: The Bank of America Tower a.k.a. One Bryant Park - by Cook + Fox Architects

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    Trucks are also a good tax write-off if used for business purposes.

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    The Ford F-150's and Dodge Rams these guys drive aren't exactly tiny either.

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    "There's just something women like about a pickup man."

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    union hours are strict, they dont do anything beyond there time unless they get alot in return.
    As it should be. Just like most professionals. Certainly just like the capitalists who employ them.

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    is Durst marketing the remaining space yet.?

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    Showing its presence on 6th Avenue






    42nd Street side


    6th Avenue side


    View to the north





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    Thanks for the update, Lecom. That first pic is great. BOA's floor count is officially in the double digits -- hooorayyyyyyy..!

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    Based on my visit over the weekend, BoA is pushing this building (as it should). Its ads tout all of the "green" features of the building while harkening to NYC's skyscraper golden age through the use of old construction pics.

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    Yes Jeff he is

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    The large belt truss that has been erected can be seen through the glass at the higher floors of the base portion at the SE corner (1st image).

    From the looks of the slanted beams at the top-most floors so-far constructed it looks as though the building is reaching the point where the facade will transition from base to the faceted tower (2nd image).

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    I think they're really trying to speed up the construction of this tower. I passed by at 6 this afternoon and the site was still buzzing with activity.

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    I can't wait to see some glass!

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    Is this building as massive as I perceive it or is it an illusion of the site? He just seems HUGE when compared with something like NYTimes Tower.

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