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It's Toll vs. Toll in Cross-River Glass War

The Toll Brothers are building a large residential development with blueish, semi-reflective glass in Williamsburg (above). The Toll Brothers are building a large residential development with blueish, semi-reflective glass in the East Village (above). So, with those similarities, which looks better? You might agree with the commentor who said of the 'Burg's Northside Piers (topmost pic), "Why do the blue/green panels look like the same shit colors that are on the 110 3rd Ave Toll Bros building?" Or, you might not. One Ten 3rd still has a lot of wood in lieu of windows?in fact, progress seems to have slowed considerably after the speedy way in which the shell sprung up?but it's never too soon to judge. They both may look a little office parkish, so we say this: if you're gonna go blue, go BLUE. No point in being half-assed about it.
· Northside Piers Gets Reflective, Nears Full Size [Curbed]
· Toll Brothers Get Out the Pricing Gun [Curbed]
· Northside Piers [Official Site]
· One Ten 3rd [Official Site]

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