Another Reason for the Midtown East Rezoning: Bragging Rights

We’re kind of embarrassed to admit that this never occurred to us until just now, reading The Times recap of the Midtown East debate. Sure, all the familiar arguments on both sides are there—the city is moving too fast, the city is not moving fast enough, the buildings are too big, they are not big enough, we must compete, we must consider the consequence—but there is also are new argument that should have been obvious from the start, though no one has brought it up, at least not publicly, until Charles Bagli spelled it right out.
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