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Here is what Manhattan might look like in 2018

CityRealty releases rendering projecting major changes for the skyline

November 09, 2014 11:00AM

The Manhattan skyline in 2018, according to City Realty

The Manhattan skyline in 2018, according to City Realty

The seven super-tall residential towers coming to Billionaire’s Row are just the tip of the iceberg. Across Manhattan, massive obelisk-like skyscrapers will transform the skyline in the years to come.

CityRealty recently published a rendering, which they say shows what the city will look like in 2018 based on projections for buildings currently being planned or already in construction, according to Gothamist.

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“New York City skyline circa 2018, 2,500 feet above Central Park. Image features upcoming supertall skyscrapers such as One Vanderbilt, 53W53, 432 Park Avenue, 225 West 57th, and 111 West 57th Street are completed,” CityRealty writes. [Gothamist] Christopher Cameron

  • John_Citezano

    It is rapidly becoming the ugliest city skyline in the world. Oh well, Everything that’s good always comes to an end!

  • New Man

    Whats that odd-looking thing on the left side of the lowest picture?
    Kinda sail-shaped

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