Friday, February 27, 2015

2018 Skyline Preview: Super Skyscrapers to Change Manhattan Skyline

City Realty made the rendering above, providing us an idea of what the city will look like in 2018 based on projections for buildings currently being planned or already in construction. The photo illustrates a NYC skyline 2,500 feet above Central Park. This image focuses on Billionaire's Row, the set of seven sky-high luxury apartment buildings such as One Vanderbilt, 53 W 53rd, 432 Park Avenue, 225 W 57th, and 111 W 57th Street. You click through to the full article to see a few more renderings offering some different perspectives of the area, but the story is the same; Manhattan skyline is changing more dramatically than in decades. Major residential buildings are headed ever more skyward, meaning eventually we'll all be  all living in the clouds. Full Article


  1. Nice article as for me. It would be great to read more concerning that topic. Thnx for sharing this info.
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  2. Thanks Roger! There is a lot of interest in the $2M+ ultra luxury market at the moment, but equal concern there is too much inventory and unsustainable pricing. Send me your e-mail and I'll add you to our monthly newsletter. Our previous newsletters can be found under the header above and we have an upcoming luxury edition. Let me know if you ever make it to Manhattan. Best,