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Massive real estate development to alter New York skyline

by Jonathan Adams

The skyline of New York is being transformed by the biggest real estate development ever in the US.

The project, called Hudson Yards, will see new skyscrapers tip the clouds and cover an area of 28 acres of midtown Manhattan between 10th and 12th Avenues and from 30th-33rd Streets. The site is bounded to the west by an elevated parkway, the Highline.

The $20 billion (£15.22 billion) development by privately owned US Related Companies and Toronto-headquartered Oxford Properties will include more than 17 million sq. ft. of commercial and residential space.

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