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A clear look at the egos behind three Manhattan skyscrapers

By Judith Maas
Globe Correspondent / January 27, 2004

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The typical office building in mid-19th-century New York City left much to be desired. Workers passed their days climbing up and down long flights of stairs and laboring in gloomy, congested quarters. Executives recognized that to gain more space in a city where real estate was scarce, the only way to go was up. (Full Article: 685 Words)

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