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Old November 27th, 2011, 07:27 PM   #21
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Ford Foundation Building. This modernist buildilng from 1967 is only 12 floors high, but is famous for its very green atrium that features trees and a pool. It was designed by Kevin Roche and John Dinkeloo. It was originally office for Ford.






The green and plush 12-storey atrium of Ford Foundation Building is a nice place o relax.


The Daily News Building from 1930 is 145m tall. This classic 36-storey art deco building, a national landmark, was used as the Daily Planet Building in the Superman movies.


Tudor City.




View towards United Nations Building in the east end of 42nd Street.
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Thanks for the impressive pics from New York....
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Old November 29th, 2011, 11:55 PM   #24
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Thanks! I will post more later...meanwhile, a shot from Empire State Building:

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Times Square
- Theater District, Broadway

Times Square, more like an intersection then a square, is the unofficial heart of the unofficial capital of the world, sometimes nicknamed "the crossroads of the world". It is the heart of the Theater District and the entertainment center of New York, it consists of about 14 blocks situated between 6th and 8th Avenue with Broadway intersection in Midtown Manhattan. Times Square, originally named after the New York Times that had their headquarters on the square, was once a dirty place filled with sex shops and obscure clubs, but today it is flashy with all its neon lights, advertizement and theaters. Many large hotels and restaurants are located at Times Square. Times Square, more an intersection then a square, is very crowded and many strange, sometimes funny people are entertining or trying to get people to the theaters, creating a feeling of a freakshow or an amusement park. Every New Years Eve there is a countdown to the new year, and they drop a crystal ball (formerly a neon apple) at the shift of the year. There is a famous webcam at Times Square. We visited Times Square several times, but it looks the most exciting after dark.



The south part of Times Square's heart at Broadway, filled with flashing neon advertizement. Note the crystal ball on top of the middle section, where you can see it is 2011! It will be dropped on New Years Eve. The building it is placed on is called One Times Square (formerly New York Times HQ that the square is named after), in front of the taller Times Square Tower.




The north part of Times Square's heart, officially called Duffy Square, also filled with flashing neon advertizement on Renaissance Hotel. Especially recognizable is the Coca-Cola sign.






7th Avenue, looking towads Marriott Marquis in the center of Times Square. Since 2009 parts of Times Square has been pedestrianized, these parts have been painted in blue or red. It is since 2011 also a smoke free zone.


Marriott Marquis, the most famous hotel at the heart of Times Square. The hotel is New York's 2nd largest (by no of rooms, it has 1 949) and has the tallest atrium in the world. Fast glass enclosed elevators take people fast to the top, where you can find a revolving bar. The hotel was designed by the famous architect John Portman and was completed in 1985. The Marquis Theater is situated inside the hotel, to compensate for the fact that 5 old theaters were demolished to make way for the hotel, that was the starting point for the redevelopment of the then rundown Times Square.




The world's tallest atrium (45 floors) inside Marriott Marquis. There is a partly similar Marriott Marquis in Atlanta.


Winter Garden that shows the Swedish "Mamma Mia!" ABBA musical.


Astor Place (left) is a 227 m tall skyscraper from 1972 that serves as the headquarters of Viacom, that owns MTV. Because of that many MTV shows take place inside the building. To the right is Marriott Marquis.


4 Times Square of Conde Nast Building is a 48-storey, 348 m tall (incl. mast) skyscraper completed in 2000. During my visit in 1998, I saw it u/c.


Times Square Tower (220m) to the left and Times Square Plaza (180m) to the right are both postmodern parts of the recent redevelopment of Times Square.


Bertelsmann Building, designed by the famous Skidmore, Owings and Merril, was built in 1990 and is 223m with the spire. It includes the original Planet Hollywood restaurant and the world's largest record store, Virgin Megastore until it closed in 2009.


A cool thing in Bartelsmann Bldg, above Forever 21 store (formerly Virgin Megastore, the world's largest record store), opposite Marriot Marquis: The girl on the huge screen "takes random pictures" of the people on the ground and shows it afterwards, if you are lucky you could be featured on the screen above Times Square. It is me and my girlfriend on the red ring!




Hard Rock Café. Inside you can find guitars by the members of The Beatles.


Hard Rock Café at Times Square is really big and features a museum.


Crowne Plaza is the tall postmodern hotel above the adds.




The original Planet Hollywood restaurant, in the Bertelsmann Building.




Times Square is like a freakshow with many crazy people, here a shouting man selling "Obama condoms"!




Nygård is a Finish-Canadian-Swedish fashion designer, making women's wear. It is Peter Nygård on the picture.


This is underneath the sign of a really large and flashy McDonald's that we visited. Note the unusual police car.
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42nd Street redevelopment, West Times Square:


The Westin Hotel was built in 2002. It has 45 stories and was designed by Arquitectonica as part of the E Walk enterteinment complex, a redevelopment procect that includes restaurants and theaters.


Regal Cinemas, part of the E Walk.


A recent development at Times Square with new buildings Westin, Reuters Building (the famous news agency) and Conde Nast Bldg.


The same intersection, but with traffic of people that want to escape from Irene!


The futuristic Madame Tussaud's of New York has glass enclosed panorama elevators.


Hilton Times Square and Madame Tussaud´s wax museum. Looks like made of LEGO.


The Transformer Bumblebee inside Ripley´s Museum.


Towards Columbus Circle with E Walk to the right.


One Worldwide Plaza is the 237m tall postmodern skyscraper from 1989 (it is nice that it looks much older because of the retro style), behind 785 Eight Avenue building from 2009 with its diagonal roof.


Looking west towards the new New York Times Tower.


The New York Times Tower is the new headquarters of NY Times, that was completed in 2007. It was designed by Renzo Piano and is 319m tall to the top of the spire and has 52 floors. The building has a roof garden. Currently (2011), it is the 4th tallest building in New York!




Some LEGO looking highrises above a Duane Reade, a pharmacy chain that you can find everywhere in New York.




Only in America! (I don't think people that wear a gun care about the sign!)


The subway (metro) has its own neon sign at Times Square, otherwise it couldn't be found!




Looking towards Bryant Park. Note the sunny Santa Claus drinking Pepsi.
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Old November 30th, 2011, 10:43 PM   #27
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Times Square by night:

Times Square is best looking after dark, it really comes alive when the neon lights glow and the Broadway theaters have their shows.




Times Square by night at the North part of its heart.


Waiting at the entrance to Marriott Marquis after a sudden rain and thunderstorm!




Even the police station has a neon sign at Times Square, behind Coke and vodka! Note the heavy rain!


We ate at this Famiglia pizzeria on Broadway. Good pizza slices, but very stressful atmosphere!




Times Square towards W Hotel and Marriott on Broadway.

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Old November 30th, 2011, 11:35 PM   #28
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Great pictures of a full- on city. I'm not sure that I'd like Times Square though!
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Old December 1st, 2011, 03:53 PM   #29
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I think Times Square is cool since it feels like being in a crazy science fiction movie, but I'm glad the whole city is not like that.
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The new World Trade Center

I visited the old WTC in 1998, but now in 2011 it was time to revisit the site to see the new WTC complex going up after the terror attack in 2001. You can read more about it here:

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One World Trade Center (formerly Freedom Tower) is the skyscraper u/c in the middle that will be 541m tall to the top of the spire, and have 105 floors, when completed. It is the only property that will be owned by Port Authority. To the right is the already completed 7WTC, that replaced the old 7WTC that collapsed on 10/11 -the day after, leading to expectations that there was bombs inside by conspiracy theories. The reasons it was completed already before the other ones were built it is that there was another owner, that didn't have to wait. The brown buildings with green roofs in the background belong to World Financial Center, a complex that was heavily damaged during 9/11, but have been repaired.


One WTC, u/c (completion 2014), and Seven WTC, completed in 2006, that is considered one of the greenest skyscrapers in the world.


World Financial Center, World Trade Center (1, 4 and 7).


Another version of the same picture.


Four World Trade Center. It was designed by Fumihiko Maki and will be the 4th tallest tower (297m) and will be completed in 2013.


4 WTC, some smaller buildings and Liberty Plaza.


Close-up of One WTC and Seven WTC.


The base of One WTC is designed to resist terror attacks, for example the concrete base will have almost no windows and will be blast resistant! It will later be covered with mirrors to prevent the fortress looking feeling.


The Millenium Hilton, just a few years old hotel in 2001, was also damaged during the attacks of 9/11.


Construction workers, working on the new World Trade Center. Behind the fence is 2 and 3 WTC u/c, but as off 2011 construction just begun.


How to get around Ground Zero.


The 9/11 memorial museum under construction.


The trees around the 2 9/11 memorials, that stand on the sites were the old WTC Twin Towers stood. The memorials feature waterfalls and was inaugurated just weeks after our visit. In the background is Federal Building from 1935 (the long one to the left), Barclay Building from 2007 (the white skyscraper) and Transportation Building from 1927.


Ten House Fire Station, just next to WTC.


FDNY Memorial Wall, a bronze wall that was a gift from a law firme, honouring the 6 firemen from Ten House and totally 343 firemen that lost their life on 9/11.


The burning WTC at the FDNY Memorial Wall at Ten House Fire Station.


"May we never forget". An honour to the firemen who lost their life, and the ones who got sick, on 9/11. In July 2006, a ceremony was held to open the memorial.


Skanska, a Swedish construction company originally from the area where I live, is working on parts of the WTC redevelopment!


Everywhere around the Ground Zero you can see the presence of the police.


down because of the damage, but survived. A building that was demolished however, was the Singer Building, that once was the world's tallest building. It stood on this site and was demolished in 1968. Before 9/11 the Singer Bldg was the tallest building that had been demolished!


St Paul's Chapel, situated just next to the WTC site, was just slightly damaged after the attacks, unlike the large Twin Towers!

St Paul's Chapel seen from Church Street.


Trinity Building from 1905. A beautiful 21-storey building with gothic architecture next to WTC. It was designed by Francis H. Kimball.


Century 21 is a department store with lower prices, that is situated just next to WTC/Ground Zero, but is less known as the more expensive ones on Midtown.


W Hotel, a newer skyscraper next to WTC.


The top of One WTC, taking shape. It has some floors left before topping out.


WTC PATH station, under construction. It was designed by Santiagao Calatrava, the architect who designed Turning Torso in Malmö. The design can be seen in the middle of the wall.


This is how the new One World Trade Center will look like when completed.


Looking up towards the future: One WTC and Four WTC.

This is just a summary of my WTC part pictures. The rest can be seen on this link:
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Fantastic photos.

It strikes me that the impact of 9/11 on New York has been similar to the impact of the second world war on Europe.
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Thank you!

Thank you nightsky for showing me parts of nyc that I never knew I didn't know! living in NJ and now Pa I grew up with NYC as my playground and sometimes business destination, and now we visit my brother-in-law and family a couple times a year in Tribeca, sometimes taking in a show. But when you are so close sometimes you can't see the forest for the trees and so your wonderful photos and descriptions will have me looking at the city with a renewed appreciation for it, especially it's architecture. I've always been intrigued with what foreigners think of this country and interested in their fresh perspective.

Hope you are able to get to Boston as it is a fascinating city though Atlantic City however may be a letdown. I mean, the casinos are nice and all but I don't know how much of the grand old AC hotels are left. But you wouldn't be far from Cape May which has beautiful examples of Victorian style houses.
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Thanks! Ground Zero was probably the most interesting during my NY visit.

@deckm00: This is your first post? Welcome to the forum! And thanks for your extensive reply, NY is probably my favourite city in the world! I visited Boston in 1998 but wanted to get back since I only took 2 photos back then.
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World Financial Center:

World Financial Center is a large office complex designed by Cesar Pelli, just next to the WTC. consist of 4 skyscrapers that were built on Battery Park City, land that were claimed from the sea with soil that was left over from the then new World Trade Center, built between 1985 and 1987. They stand just next to Ground Zero, where the old WTC stood, and were damaged during 9/11 but didn't have to be torn down. The most significant feature of these postmodern towers is that they all have brown granite facades and green copper roofs, in different shapes. Between the towers there are glass atriums. They are 152-225m tall.


World Financial Center. Here you can see 3 of the 4 towers, designed by Cesar Pelli. The tallest one is Three WFC from 1986 to the left with 51 floors and 225m height. The towers are connected with light glass atriums and skybridges.


WFC (left) and WTC (right).


Ground Zero and the solid concrete base of One WTC seen from a skybridge above West Street, looking to the North.


West Street, looking to the South towards Battery Park.


The entrance to World Financial Center.


Four WTC and Millenium Hilton seen from WFC.


The atrium in One WFC. All towers have their own atrium, this one features a lot of marble and has a dome on the top.


Winter Garden is the atrium of One Financial Center. The round glass roof, the high palms, the circular stairs and the mable floor are all special features of this place.


The marble floor may look shiny, but on 9/11 people jumped from the WTC towers, crashed through the glass roof of Winter Garden, and were killed when hitting the floor! A real tragedy...


Ground Zero, now the WTC construction site, seen from Three WFC. One WTC can be seen to the left.


One WTC u/c, seen from Three WFC:s glass atrium roof.


The exterior of Three WFC and the Winter Garden. One WFC resembles London's tallest building for years, One Canada Square.


The nice plaza outside WFC, looking towards Hudson River and Jersey City, New Jersey. It features open-air restaurants.


The atrium between Three and Four World Financial Center is slightly lighter and has a shopping arcade.


Looking up from Three WFC:s atrium.


Goldman Sachs new world HQ was completed in 2010, right next to WTC and WFC, on Battery Park City. It is 228m tall and was designed by Pei Cobb Freed who also designed a skyscraper that it reminds of a lot: Tour EDF in Paris.
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Skyscrapers from the left: Goldman Sachs HQ, 7 WTC (with older bldg in front), 1 WTC, 1 WFC. This is were the Tribeca neighbourhood begins.


Federal Office Building from 1935 was damaged by a plane's landing gear on 9/11.


To the left is Barclay-Vesey Building, that was considered the first Art Deco skyscraper. It was built in 1926 and was badly damaged during 9/11, but has been repaired.
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Battery Park City:

Battery Park City is a neighbourhood just next to WTC. It is built on landfill that was claimed from the sea with soil that was left over from the then new World Trade Center, built in the 1970s and 80s. World Financial Center is part of it.

Battery Park:

Battery Park is the park in Battery Park City, a land area that was claimed from the sea. In Battery Park you can find Castle Clinton, views of the sea and as well as several memorials and sculptures, including currently the Sphere from the old WTC, . The ferry to the Statue of Liberty departs from Battery Park. It is 10 hectare in size and was named for artillery batteries that were positioned here centuries ago.



The Sphere survived the 9/11 attacks, but was heavily damaged. It is a sculpture that stood right in front of the old World Trade Center and was relocated to Battery Park after the attacks. It was designed by the German sculptur Fritz Koenig.


The eternal flame is a memorial to the victims of 9/11. It is part of Hope Garden, originally dedicated to AIDS victims.


The Sphere from 1971, looking toward Bowling Green.


Battery Park: view of classic buildings. The Whitehall Building in the middle was built in 1904, but the 30-storey tower, seen in the back, was added in 1910. It was the largest office building in the world when completed.


Battery Park City with the sloping roof of Millennium Point/Ritz-Carlton to the left.


Skyscrapers of Lower Manhattan seen from Battery Park.


Castle Clinton is a circular fort built 1811. It was once the first immigration station of the US, before Ellis Island.


Castle Clinton is today a National Monument. The fort has been moved from an articifical island where it originally stood. It has been used as an aquarium and The Swedish soprano Jenny Lind held a concert here in 1850.


The Statue of Liberty seen from Castle Clinton.


Battery Park with the new WTC in the background.


Hotdog stand in Battery Park with Jersey City skyline in the background.


The ferry to the Statue of Liberty and many other ferries depart from Battery Park.


NYPD, this Ford Crown Victoria belongs to the coast guard.


East Coast Memorial, a memorial to the ones who died on World War II. 4 609 names are inscribed.


The eagle of the East Coast Memorial. This bronze statue from 1963 faces the Statue of Liberty.


East Coast Memorial with the skyscrapers at State Street behind.


One of the 8 orange Staten Island ferries. It is free.


The James Watson House, a small church and apartment building from 1793, is now surrounded with large skyscrapers! It was the home of Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first American-born saint, and is now the site of the Roman Catholic shrine.


Lower Manhattan skyline seen from Staten Island Ferry, including Battery Park, World Financial Center, some classic skyscrapers and the new World Trade Center.
In the far distance to the left, to the right of WTC, you can see the top of Empire State Building.
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Thanks! More will come.
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Fantastic photos.

It strikes me that the impact of 9/11 on New York has been similar to the impact of the second world war on Europe.
No offense but this is grossly exaggerated.
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