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    Stunning shot, newhannibal. What a thrill it would be to be able to stand on that balcony next to the pyramid.

    I couldn't find anything, so does anyone know what's in the pyramid? Just wondered because of the lights, or are they purely for decorative illumination?

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    Don't know, but I can try to find out. My company moves to the 34th floor on Friday. Pics to come next weekend. I hear I can see the harbor from my office.

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    ^ Wow, you lucky duck! Thanks, Roldan, looking forward to the pics and possible info .

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    Preview from this morning. More to come Sunday (I think).


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    That has got to be the worst building in NYC and I think its fairly new. The architect looks at that and is proud?

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    LOFL! Before I'd scrolled down far enough to see your post, I was thinking exactly the same thing, Music Man!

    I agree, Common Sense. There wasn't any of that when the architect dreamed it up (finished in 2009).

    Just thinking, though, would it look a bit better without the mustard?

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    Yes, yes it would. What a sad building. (le Beaver)

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    It may be an ugly building (it is), but I certainly have a great view of it! The sadder part of the building is actually how poor it addresses the street at the base. It's hard to see how ugly it is from the bottom because of the warren of streets downtown here. Anyway, I'll be taking more photos from around the office this afternoon. Hopefully I can get them up tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoldanTTLB View Post
    It may be an ugly building (it is), but I certainly have a great view of it! The sadder part of the building is actually how poor it addresses the street at the base. It's hard to see how ugly it is from the bottom because of the warren of streets downtown here. Anyway, I'll be taking more photos from around the office this afternoon. Hopefully I can get them up tonight.
    How nice is that Duane Reade in the lobby? It opened just as I left town. Looked pretty nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoldanTTLB View Post
    It may be an ugly building (it is), but I certainly have a great view of it!
    You can always keep the shades down; particularly if they are black-out shades. If you do not already have them the best treatment for that window would be a 'solar' shade that is translucent; you still get the view - but it is muted.

    Enjoy the new office space - looks like class 'A' space. Cheers.

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    Took too many pictures. See link:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7799907@N05/sets/72157627262740747/

    Preview:

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    And as for what's in the roof, I can safely say the answer is me:


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    Now you're just rubbing it in!

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    Amazing, how is the interior layout of those top floors?

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