Oddly enough, nary a word in the Times. After so much time and rancor over the redevelopment of the site, it's sort of anti-climactic. And, symbolism aside, it's just another big, noisy, dusty construction site in Manhattan. At this point, it's more a monument to politics than human sacrifice.<br><br>But yeah, I'll be following it as best as I can from here, and maybe visit on the next anniversary.<br><br>
Not to worry. It's Manhattan. By then prime real estate will be around $10,000/sq ft., and people will still be falling over each other to grab it. <br><br>Seriously the real estate market in NYC (residential and commercial) is like nothing you'll see anywhere else in the country. It's a contact sport at the very least. <br><br>
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