An ominous thunderstorm rolled in tonight right over the heart of Manhattan that looked like some kind of crazy tornado formation. And it looked like that fancy new tower near Mt. Sinai was going to be sucked up into a bright light. We scored a nice shot from high above the skyline on an East Harlem rooftop. See more Ghostbusters-like epic cloud shots from Gothamist. And if you’re in the market for a $4K+ 1BR in the neighborhood, who ya gonna call? 1214 Ffith Ave!
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