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IN THIS ISSUE 04_03.19.2014
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The commercial space flight industry is taking off, and with it a new architectural typology: the spaceport.
S9, an affiliate of Perkins Eastman, serves up a contemporary interpretation of Soho's cast iron facades.
Penn plans incubator on waterfront industrial site in Philadelphia.
Expanded model museum opens in Jersey City.
Paul Gunther finds much to admire in Stern's taxonomy of the bedroom community.
Murray Fraser casts doubt on Robert A.M. Stern's celebration of the suburb.
Gina Pollara discusses the ins and outs of finishing Kahn's Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park nearly 40 years after it was designed.
Cambridge church moved for new arts center.
Activists in New York City push zoning changes for mandatory affordable housing.
William Menking hopes that design will not be given short shrift by the de Blasio administration.
Barkow Leibinger's Berlin skyscraper is reshaping the city's skyline.
Sayigh + Duman and 2x4 rethink a flagship showroom in Manhattan with an emphasis on the design community.
Newark facility takes inspiration from the city's shifting street grid.
Recounting the bittersweet history of Brooklyn's Domino Sugar Factory, Molly Heintz says the city deserves better.
Prime supplier of software and equipment for New York's bikeshare program declares bankruptcy as funding problems emerge.
New towers along Manhattan's 57th Street will cast a pall across Central Park.
Landscape plan rebuilds a gateway to the iconic bridge.
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