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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 13_07.28.2010
In This Issue:
  • Historic preservation tax credit program gets chopped from state budget, imperiling numerous developments
  • Long-delayed Queens megaproject gets planning commission approval as locals vow to fight on
  • Competing groups explore Chinatown's zoning future, with developers and small businesses at odds
  • Contractors fume over new rules and shifting policies that have them scrambling to clean up sites and meet deadlines
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  • Debate rages over addition of three new towers to 1970s Christian Science campus
  • Barn-raising for Dennis Wedlick Architect's Hudson Passive Project, among the first in New York State
  • Smoke and Parametric Mirrors
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  • Titular Tiff; Bigger Bottom Line; Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder
  • Battery Park City Library by 1100: Architect
  • With a decades-worth of projects, the Frenchman's glowing red construction may be the best
  • Artsee Eyewear by Openshop
  • In fight for environmental justice, new middle school sprouts green roof with goal of LEED Platinum
  • HUD loan guarantee could restart REX-designed Louisville tower
  • The British architect had wide-ranging influence both at home and abroad
  • Olafur Eliasson and Henning Larsen team up for a multifaceted, multifunctional project in Reykjavik
  • Snohetta's Broadway Debut; Hammer Time for Hodge; Rem Roars in Venice