These are some of the biggest commercial projects coming down the pipeline in NYC

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Feb.February 20, 2018 08:00 AM

In 2018 alone, 15 million square feet of office space is expected to come online in Manhattan, with another 2 million square feet coming down the pipeline in Brooklyn and Queens. It marks the fifth consecutive year for the city’s construction boom, which is expected hit a record $52.5 billion in spending, according to the New York Building Congress.

In light of this potential record-breaking year, The Real Deal took a look at some of the biggest commercial projects set to hit New York.

In this video, we explore the growing number of towers popping up on Manhattan’s Far West side, a $3.1 billion office building set to rise in Midtown and more.

Video produced by Jhila Farzaneh.


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