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The Observer's Eliot Brown dropped a quarter into Extell chief Gary Barnett's coin slot and let him spout off on the other Hudson Yards bids: "They’re flawed simply because of the necessity to put the platforms over the yards, and the difficulty of doing that while there’s a working railway yard underneath. If I had to pick the design that I like personally the most—that I thought that had just straight architectural [merits]—I don’t think it’s buidlable, I’ll say that right now—but from an architectural design—I thought Tishman Speyer had a very nice architectural design." [NYO]