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Penn Station Hellwatch

Architecture critic James S. Russell looks at what the pared-down future holds for Moynihan Station and transport connectors around Penn Station in general. It's an unsparing look with some unsparing ideas: "Razing rinky-dink, one-story stores along Seventh and Eighth avenues can make room for expansive, seamless, light- filled links between Penn, the new tunnel station and three subway stations serving 15 lines—a far better solution than the nasty, twisting passages currently planned." [Bloomberg]