That’s just the start of it, too. Here are some other juicy descriptions of the Handel Architects/David Rockwell-designed building: The hotel …
looms over the corner of Varick and Spring Streets in a state of deadpan puzzlement, as if wondering how it got there.
is tall, but it lacks its namesake’s swagger.
is the area’s tallest, costliest, and glassiest structure.
hardly seems to have any contact with the city at all—it just floats in front of its backdrop like a ham-fisted Photoshop job.
After this assassination, the writer, Justin Davidson, concedes that his opinions shouldn’t really matter to Trump. He also admits that views from the upper floors offer a “Google Earth view” of SoHo, and the Hudson River.
Of course, closer to the ground, Davidson noticed what we did—that Trump SoHo is going to have the best views in town … of the Holland Tunnel entrance.
Have we mentioned just how impatient we are to see this baby from the inside? One more week, folks. One more week …