New stations are fancier, but not better

New stations are fancier, but not better

The New York Post

Fifty-three years ago, investors started tearing down the old Penn Station to build Madison Square Garden. New York has felt guilty about it ever since. But it’s taking its atonement to absurd levels. The state is harming public transit to brag about new “iconic” transit spaces. It was bad to destroy Penn. Architecture critic Ada...

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