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Over the past few years, Goldstein, Hill & West has quietly become one of the city’s most dominant architecture firms. It can be hard to conceive of their influence until you see it on a map. Sure, New York is home to millions of buildings, but how many architects can claim some 70 buildings, many of them very big, many of them designed or built only in the span of a few years.
All those blue dots are completed projects, orange means they are under construction, green dots are on the horizon, somewhere in the planning stages. The few light blue dots are buildings that have gone unrealized. But since these guys are so agreeable, that almost never happens.