New York-based creative agency Visualhouse has gathered the plans for all future proposed skyscrapers in Manhattan and generated an image of what the Downtown skyline could look like in the year 2030, if all the plans go-ahead.

With a southwest vantage from Central Park the rendered picture imagines that the viewer is looking towards Downtown Manhattan. The already busy skyline is set to grow upwards with 57th Street set to be the home of the tallest buildings in the Western Hemisphere. Other new towers include; 432 Park Avenue, 111 West 57th Street, and 217 West 57th Street, all of which will stand taller than the newly reopened One World Trade Center, which can be seen in the distance. 

Is this how New York City's skyline will look in 2030?