21 Nov '14, 10pm

a goody by Fred Bernstein...one of my faves: ArchNewsNow

What can be done to avoid letting the foothills block the mountain? Assuming it’s not too late, the city should limit new construction for a mile around the ESB, to 1,000 feet. (It’s true that a building doesn’t have to be higher than the Empire State Building to hide it. When the fussy Republic Bank building at Fifth Avenue and 40th Street was erected in the 1980s, it was reviled, and rightly so, for blocking views of the Empire State Building from much of upper Fifth Avenue. A law that varies height limits according to distances from the ESB would be a more nuanced solution.)

Full article: http://www.archnewsnow.com/features/Feature461.htm

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