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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 11_06.16.2010
In This Issue:
  • Regional park revived with major new amenities, its largest public space investment since Robert Moses
  • Port Authority wants to demolish Terminal 6, but preservationists try to keep the plan grounded
  • Defying critics, imam and developer seek balance between Islam and West through architecture and community
  • Portzamparc woos NYC with two bold new projects
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  • Charles Birnbaum believes there is no reason our cultural landmarks cannot also protect our historic landscapes
  • Overgrown Paterson pitch named one of 2010's most endangered historic places
  • Floods of Federal Funding?
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  • Pier 62 Skate Park by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates and SITE Design Group
  • Rally Round the Logo, Unbeige Blushes at Blunder, Gehry Growls
  • Community meetings attract younger participants with simulation videos funded by MacArthur grant
  • Canadian firm wins competition for low-impact cottages to house visitors to famed Wright house
  • The United Kingdom, South Korea, and Spain put on quite a show in China, despite some lackluster neighbors
  • Authorities hit a bump in plan to smooth out Exhibition Road with traffic plan as blind groups speak up
  • OHWOW Book Club by Rafael de Cardenas
  • East Side's All Aboard, Hudson Yards Deal Finally Sealed