NEW YORK | Bankside | 7 Towers | 210 FT | 25 FLOORS

r_210301_051_beat0018_a by Mitch Waxman, on Flickr

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Drone video (phase 2):

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photo from “Welcome 2 the Bronx”

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I can’t say I blame these LEGO LAND developers: the time/cost/conflict factor when trying to build anything Architecturally Outstanding in NYC is all too daunting a task.

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Taken 10/15/21

Haven’t gone through the camera shots from this site but man this area is changing so fast.

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Mott Haven, a neighborhood in the Bronx, is in the midst of a boom in housing construction.Credit…Karsten Moran for The New York Times


Bankside, a seven-tower project being developed by Brookfield Properties, will open its first apartments in December.Credit…Karsten Moran for The New York Times

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Aerial of the area. As of late Feb 2022. Bronx is on fire!

You can see Bankside center left. Also proxy developments.


Credit: Todd Jacobson

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Architecturally attractive. There is color, texture and a varied shapes for added visual interest. This is architecture; but NOT Architecture with a capital “A”. :star_struck:

I find this term is the best way to define the difference between ARCHITECTURE that is Best; as apposed to most designs that are only ‘good’ or ‘better’. Every now tower need not be an Icon - this is nice, but nothing special. :wink:

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Uber Signage by New Dave City, on Flickr

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Interior and exterior. Very premium. / Jill Caporoso on FB





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