By NANCY HAYDEN, Associated Press The Super Bowl is the culmination of a massive transformation in New York City since it was created in 1932.
It is now the largest city in the nation and the world, and for decades has enjoyed the most robust entertainment and recreation infrastructure in the country.
But now that the league is in its final year of operation and with new stadiums coming on line, the city is at risk of being the next to be decimated.
New Yorkers are accustomed to the city’s abundance of museums and parks, which now offer only the most basic amenities.
But they are no longer going to have much to look forward to in a city where the number of museums has dropped by more than half in the past decade, according to the New York Museum of Art.
The new facilities, designed by the architect Daniel Burnham, are a result of the city-sponsored revitalization of the area around Times Square, which was the focus of the stadium plan.
New York was not supposed to be a major tourist destination, but as New York became the capital of the nation in the early 1900s, it was a major center of commerce and a center for industrial production, according the architect of the plans, John Sexton.
Sexton’s plans called for the creation of a tunnel from the Lower East Side to Times Square.
But he was unable to come up with a viable way to keep the subway lines running, according a spokesman for the New Jersey Department of Transportation.
In the 1930s, Sexton built the world’s first subway system, but it never caught on, Sextons spokesman said.
“The tunnel was never really conceived as a public transportation project,” said Richard M. Meehan, an associate professor of architecture at the University of Delaware who has studied New York’s transportation history.
“It was more a transit and industrial facility that was built in the 1890s and built out over a century, with very few public transportation options.”
The tunnels, which were built between 1929 and 1935, were intended to carry a subway line through the heart of the neighborhood, he said.
The tunnels were built under the Hudson River, which runs along the city.
The project was one of several projects undertaken by the New Deal to help revitalize New York and revitalize the city, including the creation and development of the first New York University, the first World’s Fair in New Orleans and the creation or expansion of the New Rochelle Stock Exchange.
New parks and parks across the city have since sprouted up, but they were not designed to accommodate the new infrastructure.
They are now empty.
A New York Times article last year detailed how New York has become a ghost town, the most desolate place in the United States.
The city’s unemployment rate has risen to nearly 26 percent, and nearly two-thirds of New Yorkers live below the poverty line.
In some parts of the country, people are leaving the area in droves, particularly in urban centers.
A recent article in The Los Angeles Times reported that New York had lost more than 5,000 people in the last five years, mostly because of the housing crisis.
The tunnels have been part of the story, however.
Sexton was inspired to build the tunnels after he saw them as an opportunity to build parks and to build bridges connecting the city to other parts of New York.
When he was a kid, he had always dreamed of seeing the world through the eyes of a child.
At a time when the city has become synonymous with the New World, it is a bittersweet time for many. “
When you look at the tunnels, they are an expression of what a great place New York is and what a wonderful city it is to live in,” said the former mayor of New Orleans, Tom Metcalfe.
At a time when the city has become synonymous with the New World, it is a bittersweet time for many.
As the number and quality of its museums and galleries have declined, and the number has dropped as well, New Yorkers have become accustomed to having only the basics.
They are no more going to see many museums or theaters.
They will have more of the things that they see every day, including museums and restaurants, which has a very limited selection.
In some cases, the museums and theaters will have been shuttered.
Many residents will not have been able to visit.
They might have had to travel thousands of miles for entertainment and cultural events, such as concerts, which are no big deal.
Many of them have already begun planning vacations that would be off limits for New Yorkers.
It has been a slow recovery, and New Yorkers still face a variety of challenges, including poverty and crime, which is rising.
But with new tunnels now in place and the NFL being a major draw, many New Yorkers expect it will be another great time.
There is a sense