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Old Posted Mar 24, 2018, 7:03 PM
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Better have heated floors and staircases. I would not want to have to shovel them off.
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The water scrim looks great.
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The water scrim looks great.
I'm really looking forward to walking around the whole Eastern Yards complex when it is complete. Is it expected to be complete by spring or summer of 2019?
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Old Posted Mar 25, 2018, 1:13 AM
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I'm really looking forward to walking around the whole Eastern Yards complex when it is complete. Is it expected to be complete by spring or summer of 2019?
Me too!
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Old Posted Mar 26, 2018, 4:44 AM
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Better have heated floors and staircases. I would not want to have to shovel them off.
They'll get by.



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^ That looks like a mess of surgery. Impressive!
There is sense of art in today's construction sites.
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this is nice... wish we had something like that here.
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Why hasn't anybody taken a photo of this heading out from Lincoln Tunnel yet? I was heading to a job out of the city on Monday and was shocked by how absolutely amazing this looked from afar. It looks really amazing up close, but iconic from afar.
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I love monumental art . . but this is a real doozie ! . .
looks like a gargantuan version of a tacky tchotchke
that demented Aunt Milly picked up at a flea Market . .
a cheap plastic horror to store her knitting mess in . .
Donate it to the white elephant sale.
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I love monumental art . . but this is a real doozie ! . .
looks like a gargantuan version of a tacky tchotchke
that demented Aunt Milly picked up at a flea Market . .
a cheap plastic horror to store her knitting mess in . .
Donate it to the white elephant sale.
Might not be the apple to your eye, but I think we can all agree it is not "cheap" nor "plastic." I like your poetry but you're getting a bit dramatic here.
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They need to make this a set piece in a Marvel movie or something.
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That’s one ugly sculpture!
Glad it’s not in my city!
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