Be prepared to walk up 12 flights of stairs. The No. 7 subway is 125 feet underground, and the escalator is broken and out-of-service, well, a lot.
When was the last time anyone has seen such an onslaught of garbage journalism, fawning over this so-called real estate miracle? Pretty much everything we’ve heard in the last two weeks carries as much truth as a Donald Trump campaign rally.
The $20 billion development bodes poorly for the future of eating out in New York … [Hudson Yards] is a taxpayer-subsidized development that solidifies Manhattan’s slow transformation from one of the world’s most distinctive urban centers into a nondescript international mall for the wealthy.
In the renderings that Related uses to market this new world, just about every one of the digital people strolling through the virtual cityscape is young, thin, able-bodied, and white.New York Magazine, February 18, 2019
The New York Post reveals Related’s rendering for “One Hudson Yards” to be built on Eleventh Avenue between 33rd and 34th Streets.