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The New New York Skyline (Sunlight Not Included)

The New New York Skyline (Sunlight Not Included)
The New New York Skyline (Sunlight Not Included), The full diagram available on the National Geographic (link below). Image © National Geographic
The full diagram available on the National Geographic (link below). Image © National Geographic

With New York's skyline on the rise, Fast Company says that there will no longer be sunlight on the streets of Manhattan by 2020 (unless you can afford a rooftop penthouse). Thirty-four skyscrapers 700-feet and taller are currently in-progress or being proposed, adding to 41 that already exist. This may seem like a lot, but as Fast Company also points out London has 230 new towers over 20 stories planned. See National Geographic's "The New New York Skyline" illustration for a closer look. 

Cite: Karissa Rosenfield. "The New New York Skyline (Sunlight Not Included)" 30 Nov 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/778038/the-new-new-york-skyline-sunlight-not-included/> ISSN 0719-8884
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