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IN THIS ISSUE 12_07.08.2009
Advocates for Jersey City arts district battle Toll Brothers tower plan
Harlem on the Hudson
Hard-won waterfront park relieves a gritty stretch of Manhattanville
Deals struck to keep Atlantic Yards on track
$85 million overhaul for National Gallery facade
Open: Showroom
Lead posts go vacant at key development agencies, with few resumes in sight
Saarinen's famed corporate villa in need of rescue plan
A Radish Grows in Brooklyn
First commercial rooftop farm sprouts in Greenpoint
Unveiled: FIT-C2
Sustaining the Pratt Center
New director seeks to leverage school's design capital
Jumpin' Javits
Green light for convention center's long-delayed renovation
Court challenge filed against New Orleans hospital plans
Appealing Addition
Glass cube helps to restore D.C.'s oldest courthouse to fitting grandeur
Razing Rockland
Redevelopment set for swath of historic psychiatric center
FXFowle and Thornton Tomasetti
At Deadline
Does a new approach to malls that incorporates going vertical, adaptive reuse, and density make these mega-retail projects more attractive -- or at least palatable -- in urban settings like the Bronx, Queens, and along the East River? Alex Ulam wonders if this new generation of retail is for real.
Mannahatta/Manhattan: A Natural History of New York City
The Le Corbusier Code
Le Corbusier and the Occult
Save Admiral's Row