Yeah, get your facts straight
One Penn Plaza is across the street from where Penn Station was. I've got a little souvenir book from the Empire State Building, which illustrates this nicely, in both a modern photo, and one dating back to before Penn Station's demolition. By looking at the other landmarks in the old photo and comparing them to the present day pic, it's obvious where old Penn Station was, and One Penn Plaza does not encroach on its site in any way. It's only connection to the site is an underground tunnel which leads from the underground station into its lobby.
Now, Madison Square Garden, and the shorter, stockier Two Penn Plaza DO sit on the old Penn Station site. So having been set straight, do you still hate One Penn, and blame it for something that happened almost a decade before it was even built, or are you willing to reconsider?