Since it opened to the public two months ago, Santiago Calatrava’s World Trade Center Transportation Hub has been the subject of intense debate. Critics and the public alike have tried to answer whether the building, while undeniably unique and striking, was worth the $4 billion price tag that made it the world’s most expensive train station. Key…
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