“I find that the proliferation of Duane Reade and CVS and Rite-Aid makes the city much uglier, but I…”

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012 at 4:35 pm

“I find that the proliferation of Duane Reade and CVS and Rite-Aid makes the city much uglier, but I do use these places and am sometimes even grateful that some are open twenty-four hours, as H & H used to be. Bank branches have no such redeeming qualities. They are the new urban blight.”

What Does the Proliferation of Bank Branches Mean for Manhattan? : The New Yorker