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is a colossus. Its construction began in 2012 and is ongoing; what’s accessible now is raised above a train yard on a steel and concrete platform weighing more than 35,000 tons. architecture critic Michael Kimmelman to write that “the whole site lacks any semblance of human scale.”

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