Originally published 04/27/2016
Peter L. Laurence
The answer is in her last book, which almost no one reads or remembers. But her biographer thinks it’s the one we need now.
Originally published 12/30/2015
Some considered the station’s demolition an act of architectural vandalism. But by the time it was torn down in the 1960s, it hardly resembled the grand building it had been half a century earlier.
Originally published 03/21/2013
...For decades public officials and countless city skeptics have insisted nothing can be done. Penn Station is a black hole of politics, they say. The owners of Madison Square Garden, which squats on top of the station preventing real improvement, would never budge, especially not with the millions of dollars in tax breaks they’ve been getting or the nearly $1 billion they have poured into the aging arena.But there are precedents for achieving the impossible.
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