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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 10_07.24.2013
In This Issue:
  • Foster + Partners builds on the Art Deco heritage of Miami Beach with new condo tower.
  • William Menking in the recent exhibition, Alice Aycock Drawings: Some Stories Are Worth Repeating.
  • Eisenman's House VI in Connecticut on the market.
  • FXFOWLE rides the New York City zoning envelope with a high-end residential tower perched atop a school.
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  • Sophisticated expansion at the St. Louis Art Museum exhibits deferential monumentality.
  • Dekalb Market developer brings pop-up venue to Manhattan's Pier 57.
  • Joey Arak salutes the revered New York Daily News real-state journalist.
  • After 10 years, Boston's Fenway Center development wins approval.
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  • Prior to Anthony Weiner's latest round of embarrassments, Alan G. Brake called in question the mayoral candidate's planning policies.
  • New exhibition will change the way you see Le Corbusier, argues Carlos Brillembourg.
  • After decades of stagnation and decline, this Rust Belt city is finally on the upswing.
  • Curators and directors on the move.
  • Kohn Pedersen Fox links Paris' center with the suburbs with new Ministry of Justice building.
  • The New York Public Library agrees to financial review as renovation lawsuits loom.
  • Architecture Research Office designs a showroom to highlight the brand's classic products.
  • Historic downtown church flexes its real estate muscles with new Pelli Clarke Pelli tower.
  • New York's Gagosian Gallery presents the work of the Renzo Piano Building Workshop through August 2.
  • Philadelphia replaces parking with pop-up park on Benjamin Franklin Parkway.