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A CAD design of 19W 46th St NY, NY . A CAD design of an 8-wide Cafe Corner compatible building modeled after a real building in New York . A CAD design of 19W 46th St New York, NY A cafe corner compatible building More information after the pictures. The real building I stole this idea from Frederik Hedenskog's Eight-wide Modular Building. I guess the idea of a very narrow building interested me, sort-of a break from the large and complex MOC I have been working on. So I did some searches for real narrow buildings for inspiration. I found this web page Narrow Buildings in Japan and Around the World which had a link on it to this web page Can You Believe This Exists in Midtown? You can even look at the real building in google maps' street view I have ordered the sand green parts I need to build this for "real" I'll post it as soon as I can. Update I have! and here is: A MOC of 19W 46th St New York, NY


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