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Thread: Hearst Tower - 300 West 57th Street @ Eighth Avenue - by Norman Foster

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    Construction should start this month. Im excited.

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    Awesome!

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    Cool!!!! *

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    What's the proposed completion date. *I can't wait to see this thing rise. *Perhaps it could sway New Yorkers toward the Foster WTC design...

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    I try to avoid, "Me too!" posts, but this (and AOL) will be my new living room window view when it is completed. So...

    Me too!

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    And BTW, does anyone have any other renderings? This is all I've seen:




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    Can I be a little lazy and just ask someone for height & square footage?

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    Skyscrapers.com lists height as 596 feet. *I haven't been able to find square footage information.

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    The dark, tall, residential building next door is ugly.

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    Is Hearst still going to add six more stories to the building? *I believe they made a deal with the city, offering to renovate a nearby subway enterance in exchnage for more square footage.

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    Quote: from Evan on 5:51 pm on Jan. 7, 2003
    Is Hearst still going to add six more stories to the building? *I believe they made a deal with the city, offering to renovate a nearby subway enterance in exchnage for more square footage.
    I heard about that, too. *Stern's site lists the number of stories as 48, and the height above 600 feet. *So I guess he took that into account but Skyscrapers.com hasn't yet.

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    The hight's kind of disappointing. *The rendering makes it look taller than that, I think. *

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    The 6 stories are already included in the 42 story tower.

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    what???????!!!!! That is pretty bad, i was hoping for 625 at least and possibly 700's. We will see how it turns out, it will be a bad project if it does not turn out as high as it was once supposed to be. It will be very disappointing if we cannot see this beautiful building from Queens and the east side.

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    In all it will be 48 storeys (including the base in all figures). It was originally 42 storeys, and once opted for 54.

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