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I don't see any reason why they wouldn't, the only one with any significant Nimby opposition is the Penn Station Area plan, and even then that's not new or out of the ordinary, andI doubt it will stop anything.
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There was a time when people though the Hudson Yards might not get off the ground.



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^^ Wow those are amazing photos! NYC is intense.
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