Double tap: Here’s a look at The Real Deal’s favorite posts on Instagram this past week

TRD collects the best uploads from NYC, Miami and LA

New York Weekend Edition /
Sep.September 17, 2017 10:00 AM

A lot went down in the world of real estate this past week — and Instagram was there to document it all.

Here’s a look at some of the best uploads from around New York, Miami and Los Angeles.

1. Photographer Evan Joseph commemorated the 16th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks with this sky-high snap of One World Trade Center.

#remember

A post shared by Evan Joseph (@evanjosephphoto) on

2. Douglas Elliman broker Maxwell S. Cohen captured the opening of Oculus’ 355-foot-long skylight, which happens just once a year on 9/11.

3. Some real estate players decided to ride out Hurricane Irma in South Florida, like Brown Harris Stevens Miami exec Mark Zilbert. This video shows the impact of the storm’s winds on his 35th-floor apartment.

4. Hurricane Irma toppled two cranes in Miami, and another in Fort Lauderdale. After the skies cleared and the wind subsided, Cranespotters captured the carnage — though industry players say the city weathered the storm pretty well.

Spotting Damaged Cranes In Greater Downtown Miami. This Is The Related Group’s Paraiso Condo Development

A post shared by CraneSpotters.com (@cranespotters) on

5. You can just make out the tippy tops of the two tallest residential towers in New York City in this pic from architectural photographer Pavel Bendov.

View looking through 57th Street

A post shared by Pavel Bendov (@archexplorer) on

6. HEADS UP! Snapped by L.A.-based photographer Hunter Kerhart, a plane approaches LAX directly above the future site of Inglewood Stadium.

Inglewood Stadium, right under the LAX approach path.

A post shared by Hunter Kerhart (@construct.la) on

7. Cornell Tech’s Roosevelt Island campus made its debut earlier this week. The high-tech university, which emphasizes sustainable design, is home to the world’s tallest passive house.

8. It’s official: This week, the city of Los Angeles was officially awarded the 2028 Olympic Games (Paris will host in 2024). It’s the third time L.A. will play host to the world’s ultimate sporting event.

9. Instagram user @momannymopena snapped this photo of the Thomas Heatherwick-designed statue known as the Vessel (left) rising alongside the Culture Shed, a multi-use event space.

10. The Real Deal Los Angeles hosted its debut Southern California Real Estate Showcase and Forum this past Thursday, and was joined by the top industry players from around the city. Here’s a look at our residential panel.

Catch these photos and more by following The Real Deal on Instagram. Be sure to also check out The Real Deal South Florida and The Real Deal Los Angeles.


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