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Double tap: Here’s a look at the best shots shared on Instagram this week

TRD collects the best uploads from NYC, Miami and LA
By Kerry Barger | November 05, 2017 09:00AM

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

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

1. This sunset stunner was captured by architectural photographer Richard Caplan. The fading light plays off the facade of 100 Eleventh Avenue just as Golden Hour heads for the exit.


#JeanNouvel #nyc #architecturalphotography #architecture #archidaily #westchelsea #starchitect

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2. You can’t tell where the sky ends and the Time Warner Center begins in this timelapse posted by @momannymopena.

3. While we’re on the subject of clouds, check out this shot from Los Angeles-based photographer Dan Marker-Moore (a.k.a @danorst). The Grand Wilshire Center and the U.S. Bank Tower shine through a curtain of fog.

Smoke and Mirrors

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4. The Real Deal’s November issue dropped this week — and with it came this incredible cover by illustrator Joe McDermott. The Lichtenstein-style design is a perfect fit for the surreal drama unfolding in the Macklowe divorce trial.

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5. Views and blues for days: This shot from inside the penthouse of Porsche Designer Tower was snapped by Miami-based broker Patricia Prado.

Inside the penthouse at Porsche Design Tower. ( : @patriciapradomiami)

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6. The Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed 111 Murray rises in the shadow of One World Trade Center, as captured by @tectonicphoto.

7. Photographer Tom Roche flew high above Boynton Beach to catch this photo of the sunset.

8. Imagine waking up to this every day. New York-based photographer Mike Tauber snapped this shot from the 43rd-floor penthouse at 45 East 22nd Street.

9. Photographer Evan Joseph gives us a rare look inside the Dakota. We are all about that funky pink lamp.

Entrance to a master bedroom in the legendary Dakota. The #naturallight from those massive windows can’t be beat!

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10. Rain drops obscure the cityscape in this artistic Insta by Benno Klandt.

Trust in the abundance of Life

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