“If you’re from New York, even if you’re a teenager, you’ve seen buildings torn down and new buildings put up. That’s what happens in New York. New York is all about change.” — Meredith Sue Willis
…The whole world should listen.
“The view of the Manhattan skyline always made my chest feel too full, like my heart had suddenly swelled in the way of the Grinch who stole Christmas the moment he went soft.” — Camille Perri
“Dear, dirty, devouring New York, the capital of human faces, the horizontal Babel of human tongues.” — Paul Auster
“New York is the stress capital of the globe, the alarm bell that says: This is the edge of humanity, the precipice beyond which no civilization may go.” — William Randolph Hearst Jr.
“I love just walking around New York. It’s like a whole world in one place.” — Samuel Barnett