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NYC in 2018: A vision of the billionaire skyline of supertall skyscrapers

Real estate company CityRealty has created some detailed renderings of what the city might look like in 2018 with new skyscrapers dotting Manhattan.

This rendering of the skyline near Central Park
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This rendering of the skyline near Central Park shows JDS Development's 111 West 57th Street, a planned 1,350-foot tower due to be complete in 2016, is on the right; Macklowe/CIM Group's 432 Park Avenue, current record-holder for tallest residential building in the city, is in the center.

This rendering shows the view from the Upper
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This rendering shows the view from the Upper East Side across Central Park. The two new buildings in gray include Extell Nordstrom's Tower, which is expected to stand 1,775 feet. Also visible next to it is Vornado's 220 Central Park South, which will rise over 900 feet.

A rendering of Central Park South with 432
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A rendering of Central Park South with 432 Park Avenue, JDS Development's 111 West 57th Street and Extell's Nordstrom Tower visible.

This rendering shows One Vanderbilt, 53W53, 432 Park
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This rendering shows One Vanderbilt, 53W53, 432 Park Ave., 225 West 57th Street and 111 West 57th Street.

A view looking toward Central Park from Midtown
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A view looking toward Central Park from Midtown Manhattan.

The so-called
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The so-called "billionaire skyline" of Manhattan.

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