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12.23.2013
2013 Year in Review> Top News
A major new mixed-use development linked by parks is planned in Maryland.
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Here are the top news stories that ran online at The Architect's Newspaper. Often we broke the story. Sometimes we just broke it from the architectural perspective. AN's news stories are drawn from the pages of our four regional issues along with a selection of web exclusives and all the articles include well-reported details that put architecture front and center in the story. This year, we published nearly 700 news articles online. Here are the top ten most read articles of the year.

Home Plate

Indianapolis adaptive reuse project converts a ballpark into residences.

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Silent Creek

Lexington, Kentucky invites firms to decide how to uncover a stream buried for 100 years.

 
 

 

Hit The Wall

CODA uses skateboard scrap to construct Party Wall for this summer's MoMA/P.S.1 Young Architects Program.

 
 

 

Bing in the Burbs

Major redevelopment could give Silver Spring, MD a new transit-oriented center.

 

 

MoMA the Demolisher

The Modern makes the "painful" decision to scrap Williams and Tsien's Folk Art building.

 
 

 

A Doughnut at Domino Sugar Site

SHoP and Field Operations to reboot Brooklyn waterfront for Two Trees.

 
 

 

Deck This!

A West Loop master plan calls for a park on top of Chicago's Kennedy Expressway.

 

 

Slow Water

Bureaucracy obstructs the Los Angeles River's Revitalization

 
 

 

Steeling Beauty

New plan seeks to revitalize Pittsburgh riverfront.

 
 

 

Rogers Marvel's Amicable Divorce

Leading New York architecture and urban design practice to be divided.

 

 

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