Skinniest Skyscraper

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Roderick Grant
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Skinniest Skyscraper

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Tonight on PBS is an episode of "Impossible Builds" featuring the 50' wide "skinniest skyscraper," located at 111 W 57th St. NYC, which I would call the latest in a series of the most vulgar fad of the billionaire class. These tall residential structures call to mind the Medieval Italian towers that once graced Tuscany ... without the grace. But the structure of them is interesting.

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