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They should decorate it so it would fit in around Times Square or something. One side of the building is glorious glass and the other is the same brutalist concrete crap we've been avoiding for a long time.
"Action is the foundational key to all success."-Pablo Picasso
Just keep building. Higher and higher.
It looks bad enough in the pictures, I can't imagine it in real life. Think what the tour guides are saying right now..."And if you look this way, you'll see the massive new concrete wall of the Hyatt Times Square!"