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It'll feature 24,000 plants on all sides of the 384-foot tower, including 6,000 shrubs and 18,000 perennials, when completed.

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The closest relative Forest City has is the Green Heart in Singapore, an apartment complex whose floors and main atrium are an enormous ode to nature. Construction began in 2012.
There are reflecting pools, hanging gardens, walkways, and waterfalls.

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Singapore's Green Heart is a vast forest tucked inside a soaring apartment complex.

Like these other green-minded buildings, Forest City would be focused on using sustainable energy sources like wind and solar power rather than coal and natural gas.

Cars would be parked underground to keep the main streets cleaner and quieter.

Whether a project as large as Forest City manages to get off the ground is up in the air, but its instincts seem to be pointed in the right direction.

The only way to manage a growing trend of urbanization and greenhouse gas emissions may be a radical rethinking of how society structures itself.



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