Friday, November 18, 2005

Ten better places for a stadium

"A...stadium is not a neighborhood-friendly object but an industrial one and the criteria for siting such huge constructions resemble those for choosing a spot for a factory or power station (the proportions of which are perfectly reproduced in the stadium design proposed for the Jets)," says architect Michael Sorkin.

This came out last summer in reference to a West Side stadium, spotlighted by, but it mostly applies today for a new Yankee Stadium.

...except (ahem) numero dos. What exactly is #2? Click on the title to find out.

But let's just say: a stadium north of 161st Street? Fugedaboudit!!!


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