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27-MAR-2004

Not the Flatiron....

I thought it was but comparing David's pic to mine it's not!


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Guest 31-Oct-2007 10:35
To answer the question posed by Angela Johnson...

They're generally not as skinny as that looks. The building's footprint is triangular. Look at a map of Manhattan, and find Broadway. WHere it intersects the regular "grid" streets, these little slivers of land are formed -- and with every square foot of mid-town real estate being so precious... Well, this is what happens.
virginiacoastline10-Apr-2004 02:30
the flatiron is a very famous photographed bldg from the turn of the century . .the OTHER century . . .http://www.greatbuildings.com/buildings/Flatiron_Building.html
Guest 06-Apr-2004 15:38
What's the flatiron?
Guest 04-Apr-2004 23:39
How do these tall skinny things not fall over??