New York isn’t wanting for places to shop, so the opening of a mall seems like something that would elicit no more than a shrug from your average Manhattanite. And yet, on March 14, 14,000 people gathered at the newly opened Hudson Yards complex to be among the first to take in a shiny, well-appointed mall, albeit one at the north end of the High Line where, just a few years ago, there was nothing. Read more here.