World's Skinniest Skyscraper Complete in New York City
111 West 57th Street, a residential supertall tower with multiple global distinctions, completed construction recently in New York City.
World's Tallest Residential Building Nears Completion in Manhattan
Central Park Tower, coming soon to New York City's "Billionaires' Row" was designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill architecture.
More Skyscrapers Coming Soon to New York City's Skyline
After a decade of skyward expansion, even more skyscrapers are on the horizon in Manhattan.
Billionaires Row Residents Sue to Block Homeless Shelter
The denizens of the luxury apartments near Central Park oppose the "expense" of a new homeless shelter.
Billionaire Row's Newest Residents: Lawsuits and Foreclosures
The world's skinniest skyscraper, under construction on Manhattan "Billionaire's Row," is over budget with 60 stories left to build.
New York City's Skyline Evolves With Tall, Skinny Towers
For better or for worse, the tall, skinny towers that have helped to remake New York’s iconic skyline appear to be growing in popularity among developers.
The Sun Also Hides Behind Skyscrapers
The Washington Post details the concern over the shadows cast by skyscrapers on the city street below. The latest high-profile case study of the ability of skyscrapers to block the sun: New York's Midtown.
Developer Detente Will Grow NYC's Billionaires' Row
After seven years of stalemate, two developers have reached an agreement that will allow them to build ultraluxury towers on the northern edge of Midtown. The area is becoming the modern equivalent to what the robber barons built a century ago.
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