New York-based creative agency Visualhouse has created a rendering of what Manhattan’s supertall skyline will look like in 2030 once all proposed skyscrapers are completed. Looking southwest from Central Park towards downtown, the panorama highlights a series of towers lining 57th Street and the Far West Side. The future is looking quite impressive indeed, with 57th Street set to be the home of the tallest buildings in the Western Hemisphere, including the likes of 432 Park Avenue, 111 West 57th Street and 217 West 57th Street, all of which will stand taller than One World Trade Center in the distance. Supertalls at the new Hudson Yards can also be sighted, as well as Manhattan West at Brookfield. Although Visualhouse states that this rendering depicts New York City in 15 years’ time, you can expect this image to have largely materialized by 2020, since all the additions, save for 15 Penn, should be completed by 2019. All that’s missing now are flying cars and holograms.