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Old July 19th, 2016, 12:36 AM   #1
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New York City – 2 skylines in 20 years

Hello! Welcome! One of the reasons I'm creating this thread is to celebrate the 20 years that I realized my trip alone to New York City. During September 1996, I was able to explore some of the most famous icons of the city skyline at the time, such as the Empire State Building and the South Tower of the World Trade Center. I also took the opportunity to meet Manhattan, walk some of the main roads and use the subway to move me in Downtown, Midtown and Uptown. I met some neighborhoods and interesting places, but had three goals in mind on this trip I took a week. Besides the famous supertalls, I would also know the Statue of Liberty and its privileged view of Manhattan. I walked boat to go there and take the striking picture of what was the city skyline almost exactly 20 years. I googled some threads here same SkyscraperCity and located another picture of 2016. I noticed a profound change in the skyline of Downtown Manhattan, the most photographed part of the city around the world.

The following pictures I took of my 1996 trip of the ancient skyline of Manhattan, when I had the opportunity to photograph the island from the boat that drove me from Downtown to Liberty Island.


NYC03 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


NYC04 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


NYC36 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


NYC11 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

To go to the original World Trade Center, used the subway to get out of Midtown, where I was staying. Upon entering the complex, right away I came across the globe, symbolizing the financial and commercial complex.


NYC10 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

Before going up to the observatory on the hundred-tenth floor of the South Tower, I decided to surround the twin towers and took this photo of Broadway Avenue. In the foreground, the lower building, 217 Broadway. Funds, from left to right, 195 Broadway Building, Millenium Hilton (from black), South Tower and North Tower.


NYC09 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

Returning to the complex, I bought the ticket to go to the observatory of the South Tower, also known as WTC 2, and right away I was amazed at the elevator speed, 488 meters (1,600 feet) per minute to reach the ground to hundredth-seventh floor, where work covered observatory. The photo below was taken in one of the corridors of the hundredth-seventh floor. Flags of Brazil, Canada and Finland. I remember the binoculars and the popcorn that was sold there.


NYC08 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

4 photos below were also taken from the hundredth-seventh floor of the observatory. In the first, in the foreground, the other twin tower, with West Avenue below. In Manhattan, Tribeca and Greenwich Village area farther away in the picture. Across the Hudson River, the state of New Jersey, with the districts of Weehawken, West New York and North Bergen.


NYC02 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

Now, the Empire State Building, which appears sovereign in the background. Midtown skyline in 1996. Across the East River in Long Island, Queens, also appears a single sovereign glass tower height, the One Court Square, 201 meters (658 feet), 50 floors and completed in 1990.


NYC33 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

Brooklyn Bridge (below) and Manhattan Bridge (above), both over East River with Brooklyn appearing in the background. In Manhattan, a part of Downtown and 375 Pearl Street Building, near the Brooklyn Bridge.


NYC35 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

Finally, a look at 400 meters (1,310 feet) down. The glasses of the old twin towers were all glued to the external metal structures. It was possible to see the reflection of the outside floor. Below and to the funds, next to the river, historic buildings stand out, such as the 21 West Street (Art Deco 1931, orange and 33 floors) and as the Downtown Athletic Club (Art Deco 1930, red and 45 floors).


NYC37 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

After passing through the covered observatory, I headed for the escalator to go up to the hundredth-tenth floor in observatory without coverage, at 415 meters (1,362 feet) tall. Upon reaching the top, plates left clear warning about the severe penalties imposed on anyone who fling some object from there, because of the potential damage and risk to life of others by force and speed that the object would reach the ground, the fall from that height. It was a clear day and in these conditions it was possible to spot up to 80 kilometers (50 miles) by the horizon.

I went twice to the Empire State Building, one in the morning and another in the evening. I took advantage of the fact that the hotel where I was staying to be close to the building. At the observatory located on eighty-sixth floor, I took this picture looking down. I remember that part there was no coverage for observers.


NYC34 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

The two photos below were taken from the top deck of the observatory, located on the hundredth-second floor, the 373.1 meters (1,224 feet). In the first, there was a problem with the reflection of the flash, but managed to catch a part of Midtown and Central Park. Below, right, historic buildings stand out, such as the Mercantile Building (yellow thin tower with green roof in style Renaissance revival of 48 floors and 189 meters - 620 feet). Still, the right, the famous building of Metlife (59 floors and 246 meters - 808 feet) and deeper, the building of the Citigroup Center, with its top at an angle of 45 ° (white building, 59 floors and 279 meters - 915 feet). On the other side, to the left, in front of the green 42th Street Park, W. R. Grace Building (white building, 50 floors and 192 meters - 630 feet).


NYC32 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

In this photo now, the Downtown skyline in 1996, seen from Midtown. The twin towers reigned absolute. At night, when I returned to the Empire State Building was very cool to see the flashing red flags on the top of the antenna of the north tower of the World Trade Center, a staggering 530 meters high (1,730 feet). Also in this photo, left and below, you can see the beautiful top pyramidal shape of the Metropolitan Life Tower (tower with clock in style Italian Renaissance revival) with building from the late nineteenth century and completed in 1909. It was the tallest building in the world between 1909 and 1913, with 50 floors and 213.36 meters (700 feet exact).


NYC06 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

When I went to the city in 1996, 40% of the ten tallest buildings in the city were supertalls. Nearly 20 years later, today, 70% of the ten tallest buildings in the city already have the status of supertall, ie buildings that reach and surpass the mark of 300 meters or 1,000 feet.

Much of the new built supertalls is now in Midtown Manhattan such as 432 Park Avenue, Bank of America Tower, New York Times Building and One 57. Downtown Manhattan draws attention to again have the tallest building in the United States, after four decades, the One world Trade Center knocked the Willis tower in 2013, with an architectural height 99 meters (326 feet) higher than the legendary tower in Chicago, which also held the disputed position of the tallest building in the world until 1998.

Besides the absence of the twin towers of the WTC, it is remarkable the presence of new skyscrapers up to 299 meters (999 feet) in Downtown, in relation to what was seen in 1996. I'll show the old and the new tallest buildings in the city, which they have done in the past and now make the fantastic outline of the Big Apple's skyline. New York City definitely lives a real estate boom and Manhattan was greatly appreciated with this in recent years.

Interestingly, I am returning to the US this year and will pass near the island, with a trip scheduled to take place in September to Newark. I will try to register myself some pictures of the new skyline and post it here for you to see.

The highest in 1996 were:

10th
28 Liberty
248 m/813 ft/60 fl
9th
Cityspire
248 m/814 ft/75 fl
8th
Comcast Building
259 m/850 ft/70 fl
7th
Citigroup Center (601 Lexington)
279 m/915 ft/63 fl
6th
The Trump Building (40 Wall Street)
283 m/927 ft/71 fl
5th
70 Pine Street
290 m/952 ft/67 fl
4th
Chrysler Building
319 m/1,046 ft/77 fl
3rd
Empire State Building
381 m/1,250 ft/102 fl
2nd
2 World Trade Center (Twin Towers/South Tower)
415 m/1,362 ft/110 fl

NYC09 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

1st
1 World Trade Center (Twin Towers/North Tower - with antenna)
417 m/1,368 ft/110 fl
Skyline in 1996:


NYC11 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

20 years later… Skyline in 2016:


20160424-DSCF1966-2 by Oscar Rodriguez, on Flickr
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpo...postcount=2025

Without the twin towers, but with the addition of One World Trade Center and 4 World Trade Center (the second highest and glass skin), considering this famous view of Lower Manhattan. In addition, four more buildings exceeded 40 Wall Street in height, which in 1996 was the sixth tallest building and now no longer appears among the 10 highest in the city. The list of the tallest buildings completed then was so in July 2016:

10th (New)
30 Park Place
286 m/937 ft/67 fl
9th
70 Pine Street
290 m/952 ft/67 fl

8th (New)
4 World Trade Center
298 m/977 ft/65 fl
7th (New)
One 57
306 m/1,004 ft/75 fl
6th (New)
New York Times Building
319 m/1,046 ft/52 fl
5th
Chrysler Building
319 m/1,046 ft/77 fl

4th (New)
Bank of America Tower
366 m/1,200 ft/55 fl
3rd
Empire State Building
381 m/1,250 ft/102 fl

2nd (New)
432 Park Avenue
426 m/1,396 ft/85 fl
1st (New)
One World Trade Center
541 m/1,776 ft/94 fl
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And the trend is for very soon the top ten tallest buildings in the city is populated exclusively by supertalls as there are no less than 9 supertalls under construction on the island, some of them close to finalizing the structural step and achieve the status T/O. One of the earliest is the 3 World Trade Center.

The supertalls below are under construction (U/C) and did not reach the maximum height (T/O) until July 2016 to enter among the highest in the city. At this rate, it is not excitement also think in a very different skyline in the next 20 years in 2036.

One Manhattan West
303 m/995 ft/67 fl
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125 Greenwich Street (22 Thames St.)
305 m/1,001 ft/91 fl
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35 Hudson Yards
308 m/1,009 ft/72 fl
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3 Hudson Boulevard
315 m/1,034 ft/66 fl
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NYG posted this awesome rendering

Untitled by Stefan Georgi, on Flickr[/QUOTE]

Future 9th tallest
53W53 (Tower Verre)
320 m/1,050 ft/77 fl
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Future 8th tallest
3 World Trade Center (175 Greenwich Street)
329 m/1,079 ft/80 fl
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Future 5th tallest
30 Hudson Yards (Manhattan Tower)
387 m/1,268 ft/73 fl
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Future 3rd tallest
111 West 57th Street (Steinway Tower)
438 m/1,438 ft/80 fl
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Future 2nd tallest
Central Park Tower
472 m/1,550 ft/95 fl
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Then more pictures of the tour that made the Statue of Liberty, a national symbol, and American icon whose existence has already crossed two centuries. The last restoration had taken place between 1984 and 1986, with the opening made by the former first lady, Nancy Reagan. Access inside the monument was made by a spiral staircase. The height until the torch is 93 meters (305 feet). On this visit I made the statue, I could reach the crown and shoot Downtown Manhattan within it.


NYC17 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


NYC13 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


NYC15 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


NYC22 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


NYC21 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr


NYC20 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

Some of the major skyscrapers of Downtown Manhattan at the time. The unmistakable tops of two historic skyscrapers, 40 Wall Street and 70 Pine Street, in the Gothic style. Close to 40 Wall Street, 28 Liberty Street (One Chase Manhattan Plaza), designed by S.O.M. Brookfield Place (World Financial Center) complex designed by Cesar Pelli and others. One Liberty Plaza, the highest in black and, on its side, the 270 Park Avenue (JP Morgan Chase Tower), both designed by S.O.M. 60 Wall Street, which runs Deutsche Bank. It was fantastic to take this photo from inside the crown and then.


NYC05 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

Thank you all for honor! Due to the intensity of the work, many fans may be anxious to see the city in a future that looks like it has begun...
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Old July 19th, 2016, 12:39 AM   #2
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Nice pics!

I was in New York in Summer of 2000. It's impossible to forget that skyline with the Twin Towers.
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It's really great to see all these.
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Old July 19th, 2016, 03:45 PM   #5
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Thank you for posting your old and new pix....The old pix brought back memories of the time I went too the top of the Twin Towers.....And a movie about a man who tight rope walked between the two towers on Aug. 7, 1974...www.manonwire.com..
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New York is the greatest city in the world.
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Great, very nice photos, Fabricio
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My deep thanks to each one for liking this work!

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.....And a movie about a man who tight rope walked between the two towers on Aug. 7, 1974...www.manonwire.com..
How many eternal and memorable scenes didn't use the towers as a backdrop! You mentioned film and one of the films that marked me undoubtedly was Spiderman directed by Sam Raimi, which was shot between January 8 and July 30, 2001, almost on the eve of the terrorist attack and I remember until it had to have the launch postponed due the commotion's issues.


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wow! nice comparison....the newly built skyscrapers are really iconic.
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Great! I made a similar trip, but in 1998. Visited the old WTC, Empire State Bldg, Chrysler Bldg but not Statue of Liberty. Had a disposable cam so the pictures were also a bit blurry.
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awesome sleek scrapers...thanks for sharing.
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A superb collection of cool pics.
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One more time, thanking the honorable mentions received here.

One of the things that frustrated me a bit was the great loss of the roll of photographic films that had around 50%. More dozens of pictures of the city at this time, new even for me, are on this photographic roll. However, the technology of the place that I took to reveal photos in 1996 could be outdated and therefore couldn't make the complete photo album. But I still keep the film with me and I'll try to find a place that can treat and reveal these precious films I have.

The photos above are of Downtown and Midtown, but I visited Uptown Manhattan too. Below a picture of Harlem I took at that time, with fully featured cars.


NYC27 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr

Still in Harlem, here a picture taken of the Abyssinian Baptist Church, the early twentieth century in Gothic and Tudor revival, located on 138th Street.


NYC26 by Fabricio JF, on Flickr
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wow! impressive iconic additions and there're still lots of U/C's.
photo on post # 2 is utterly awesome.
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A simulation of how would look the Midtown skyline in the short term future.
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wow! impressive iconic additions and there're still lots of U/C's.
photo on post # 2 is utterly awesome.
As you said "utterly awesome" you can see why NY is THE BEST....Ever evolving with so much history and beauty......No other city will ever measure up too what this city did have, has, and will have.....The cost would be staggering not too mention all the past and present companies and businesses both US and international with all there money used to create what this city is.....#1.........It is top in banking, financial, insurance, world affaires..The UN, media TV and entertainment, art, fashion, high tech research, education, transportation and shipping....a global power house....with top culture institutions and museums and world class logging, restaurants, and nightlife that never stops..."A New York minute"
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wow! I absolutely impressed with the newly built sleek scrapers.....thank you for sharing them.
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Meanwhile, in Lower Manhattan, the new iconic buildings are gaining the scene. It's expected that after completion of 3 World Trade Center Office Space, come 2 World Trade Center Office Space (1,270 feet - 387 meters) with a staggered different proposal by Bjarke Ingels Group...




www.wtc.com/2wtc
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Beautiful thread, looking the Empire of Skyscrapers.
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