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The biggest real estate development in American history is getting a $150 million M.C. Escher-like stairwell

On Manhattan's Far West Side, a $25 billion neighborhood called Hudson Yards is set to be the biggest real estate development in American history. The project's developers expect full build-out by 2024. Beyond its new residential skyscrapers, gardens, restaurants, shops, and offices, Hudson Yards will also feature a public landmark that appears to be inspired by M.C. Escher.
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New York City's Hudson Yards — the biggest private real estate project in American history— ia getting a massive public centerpiece that looks like it was inspired by M.C. Escher. The structure — part interconnected stairway, part t...

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