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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 19, 2017 09:13AM

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 most interesting uploads from around New York, Miami and Los Angeles.

1. Los Angeles-based photographer Hunter Kerhart catches the Wilshire Grand Center right down the middle in this superb sunset shot.

Wilshire Grand up the spine.

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2. The Manhattan skyline was a lot less crowded in 1940 (but certainly on its way up), as seen in this #TBT from Getty Images.

3. Who’s the tallest of them all? Jamie Rose Maniscalco, a commercial broker at the Keyes Company, posted this sky-high snap of Panorama Tower.

4. JDS Development gives us a behind the scenes look of 111 West 57 Street, which is poised to become New York City’s tallest residential tower.

Terra-cotta facade installation at #111w57 ! #terracotta #letsdothis @shoparchitects

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5. The city’s firefighters put out a five-alarm blaze at 565 West 144th Street in Manhattan on Friday. The fire ripped through the apartment building, displacing 40 families.

#FDNY members are on scene of a 4-alarm fire at 565 W 144 St Manhattan

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6. The Valdivieso Group posted this pic of a glowing SLS Lux Brickell. The under-construction condo tower is wrapped in blue LED lights.

7. Two window washers were trapped near the top of the Time Warner Center earlier this week. The pair escaped through a window after dangling at a 45-degree angle on the 70th floor.

8. Here’s a view of Los Angeles you don’t see every day. DTLAexplorer catches the city from up in the clouds on the descent into LAX.

9. Going up: Susan De Vries (aka @studiotinker) shared this shot of the Federal Building and Post Office in Brooklyn on a clear, crisp day.

That blue sky today! Looking up at the US Post Office in Downtown Brooklyn. #lookup

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10. Color me yellow, orange and turquoise.

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