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56 Leonard. (Courtesy Field Condition)

56 Leonard. (Courtesy Field Condition)

It’s impossible to look at renderings of Herzog & de Meuron’s 56 Leonard and not immediately think of Jenga, the game guaranteed to shame one unlucky partygoer for pulling the wrong piece and ruining everyone’s fun. Good times! Anyway, back to 56 Leonard in New York City—the 60-story, glassy version of that nerve-wracking game.

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Herzog & de Meuron Again Ready to Rise in Manhattan.  Herzog & de Meuron Again Ready to Rise in Manhattan  Long delayed, Herzog & de Meuron’s 830-foot-tall stacked tower planned for Tribeca in Manhattan is set to resume construction imminently after a three-year hiatus, reports the Tribeca Tribune. The 57-story residential building at the corner of Leonard and Church streets has been nicknamed the “Jenga Building” for its distinctive massing that varies on each floor. The tower is expected to be complete in the spring of 2016.

 

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