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HL23 architect Neil Denari spoke to ArtInfo about his East Coast comeback, his shiny buildings that look like cars, and what makes his High Line building a "social contract." The best part may be the archibabble that results from a question about building luxury residences: "Okay, this is a very high-end building, it's very expensive, but I think for me, I just sort of think it's for the city. And the people who live in this building, I think they know the building is for the city. They're participating in the symbiosis of the High Line and the shift in design culture. New York is back." [ArtInfo]

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