“Here we go,” reads the text on a banner promoting the opening of Hudson Yards, New York’s 72,000-square-foot mall, or retail center, or “billionaire’s fantasy,” as New York magazine’s Justin Davidson described the entire housing and retail development.
The banner has no punctuation. How the sentence ends depends on your tax bracket.
If the idea of roaming New York’s first Neiman Marcus department store with the intention of purchasing a designer dress is feasible, you might lace up your thousand-dollar Louis Vuitton sneakers and think, “Here we go!”
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