When several blogs (including this one) ran with a titillating rendering of the tower that Forest City Ratner and City Tech are planning to build at the corner of Tillary and Jay Streets in Downtown Brooklyn last week, a spokesman for the school protested that the rendering was out of date, something that DBP’s Joe Chan echoed. Blogger McBrooklyn has dug up a more current rendering of the Renzo Piano-designed project from the City Tech website today. It’s a less vivid potrayal, but it doesn’t look all that different to us in terms of scale or design. What do you think?
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