I probably like the old Robert Moses Egomaniacal Modernism look better. That was old-fashioned tyranny, whereas this is bland. I will say, though, that it seems to convey “Queens is the new Brooklyn,” and that’s great news. Kids are opening up to living in affordable dumps in almost all the boroughs. This spreading-out of the younger populations is a game-changer. It’s already injecting tremendous amounts of creative energy into the city. This building doesn’t reflect any of that energy to me, but at least it broadcasts, “Hey, come here. We’re big and new and shiny. This could be fun.” Too bad it couldn’t also be a good-looking building.