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1,401-Foot Glass Skyscraper Next To Grand Central Terminal Will 'Brighten Neighborhood,' Architect Promises

A city block next to Grand Central Terminal has been cleared to make way for a 63-story glass tower, giving those working in that part of Midtown East a small consolation prize for enduring years of construction: A nice view of the historic building's western side. [ more › ]
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