And this is a good summary of the logically bankrupt criticism of the hotels. "I'm ignorant about anything outside of Midtown Manhattan, and so will
You're right, you won't see this in any other U.S. city. NYC is the only place (in the U.S.) where such pedestrian-oriented buildings are built. Sorry
So Google has allowed for larger maps to be created so I created a Eastern PA - NJ - Hudson Valley - Connecticut Map...
So ive added a few
I'm stating my opinion. Wanamaker Plaza is in North Philly, which is like Queens for us (that nobody cares about) and yes, I think Waterfront Square looks
Or there's not just a giant forum dedicated to complaining about shady architecture in those places. Are you really going to try and persuade me that