Thursday, January 24, 2013

Platform Construction Animation

The start of major construction by Brookfield Office Properties on the deck over an Amtrak rail yard is a milestone — and not just for Manhattan West, Brookfield’s $4.5 billion development between Ninth and Dyer avenues.

The platform launch is a crucial breakthrough for the entire Hudson Yards District. Below is a contruction animation of how the platform will be built.

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