Wall Street Journal
Architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable takes the Rail Yards planning process to task today. She's skeptical of a process she sees as offering too much to the developers to the ultimate detriment of the public good, because
"It is hard to believe that teams with this much financial heft and assembled star power could come up with something so awesomely bad."
Notably, she singles out the possible preservation of the High Line as a rare triumph of public opinion in this process: