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IN THIS ISSUE 10_07.24.2013
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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.
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.
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.
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