Ah yes, the classic, "If we just keep our neighborhood crappy enough no one will want to live here, and it'll stay cheap" argument. How's that
It does. Seems confused.
Oh, something I forgot to mention, a huge chunk of the vertical glass is already installed here. It's nearly impossible
'People' magazine got an "exclusive" interview with Angelica: so much for our advice she: keep her mouth shut.
I thought the Fulton Station had the Oculus?
New York Times
May 6, 2015
As Oculus at World Trade Center Opens, So Does a Neighborhood
By DAVID W. DUNLAP