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Skyscraper

Under former Gov. Cuomo, the state had been seeking developers to build a skyscraper with a hotel near the Javits Center. Now, Gov. Hochul is pushing the pause button.
The skyscraper could be 700 to 950 feet tall.
At 38 stories and 555 feet tall, the office tower known as the Equitable Building looks small by today's standard.
If you can't beat 'em, take their money and send them on the path to permanent residency?
It'll cost you $2 million for an apartment in this 1,100-foot golden tower.
The building is like a melding of "The Legend Of Zelda" and Burning Man.
Something is happening here and while it's unclear what, exactly, the deal is, it can't possibly be good.
The building at 111 West 57th Street is aiming to eclipse 432 Park Avenue to become the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere.
This veritable Tower of Babel will serve as a very-tall haven for rich people and their under-taxed, overseas cash.
The skyscraper at 520 West 41st Street will be 1,100 feet tall and have an estimated 106 floors.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission has approved plans for a 1,350-foot residential tower at 107 West 57th Street that has a higher roof than the Empire State Building.
Will the terrorists win if the council of people who decide how tall buildings are doesn't accept 1 World Trade Center's 1,776-foot height?
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