It used to be called Beekman Tower, now it’s just “New York By Gehry.” It’s still brand new but they changed the name. No official word on why, but my guess is people are figuring out that Gehry has become a brand. It’s beautifully photogenic, and if you come back here you’ll be seeing lots more photos of this building from time of time.
New York by Gehry
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Len Saltiel25 Aug 2011
Terrific geometric patterns Mark. It is photgenic indeed.
Dave DiCello25 Aug 2011
All the shapes look so cool Mark, I love the tilted POV you’ve got here as well. Great work
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Jon Stolarski25 Aug 2011
Interesting building, I like the detail of the shapes from your POV.
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Marlene25 Aug 2011
It gives an immense sense of strength and stability. It look like it made of one unmovable piece!
Brent26 Aug 2011
I like how you capture the photo with this tower. Want to see more photos from you here.
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