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IN THIS ISSUE 13_07.29.2009
A Park Fit for Queens
New middle-class community at Hunter's Point South to be crowned with expansive park
Up a Creek
Superfund or Sponge Park for Gowanus Canal?
Harping on Housing
City aims to salvage stalled luxury units for middle class
Casey at Bat
GSA taps architecture adviser to lead design excellence
Best Offer
Financing and finesse help sell in Harlem
DBGB by Thomas Schlesser of Design Bureaux
Advocates say energy bill could transform U.S. building efficiency
Two architecturally significant projects emerge from Cornell's building freeze
Council OK's rezoning plan, reshaping swath of southwest Bronx
Unveiled: Rongsheng Complex
FDR Finally Comes Home
Construction set for Kahn-designed Roosevelt Island memorial
Morphosis' new building for Cooper Union packs a punch
Recession Tales: John Johansen
Finalists named to remake Delaware River waterfront
Studio Visit: Moed de Armas & Shannon
At Deadline
Never sexy but impossible to ignore, access flooring has come a long way, offering options for data, air, and cable installations that are sleeker, tougher, more accommodating and more flexible than ever -- and even easier on the eyes.
With the city's real estate market in the lurch, AN takes a close look at four neighborhoods -- Williamsburg, Midtown West, Downtown Brooklyn, and Jersey City -- to see just how the building boom impacted the metro area, what the fallout will be, and what lies ahead.
Shattering Classes
Engineered Transparency: The Technical, Visual and Spatial Effects of Glass
Total City
Actions: What You Can Do With the City and Total Environment: Montreal 1965-1975
Chewing the Scenery
Creating the Modern Stage: Designs for Theater and Opera
Liquid Architecture