While many species of New Yorkers qualify for the "worst" title, none even come close to real estate developers and their minions. They take hyperbole to places no man has ever gone before. They invent neighborhoods that never have, do not now and never will exist in order to justify higher rentals and sales. They create irritating and pretentious nicknames for neighborhoods that give natives digestive disorders. MiMa and FiDi are recent examples. The latest horror is the recent promotional language invented by these con artists and slavishly repeated by corporate media to describe the new Fulton Street subway hub. It's clean, it's attractive, it's convenient, it's functional and it even has ONE dramatic and interesting architectural detail, the Fulton Street Eye; but it is not the "new Grand Central Terminal." It is NOT an exciting new "Grand Central Terminal go to" landmark that will "draw tourists from around the world." Inside is a Jersey-style shopping mall wannabe and temporarily spit, rat poop, urine and vomit free subway platforms. Inside is the Fulton Street Eye. Very beautiful.