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AECOM, Bjarke Ingels (BIG), and ONE Architecture will work on the Lower Manhattan Coastal Resiliency (LMCR) Project, a flood-proofing and park-building measure that extends from the Lower East Side up to the north of Battery Park City.

What’s new with the BIG U?

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Empire State Development has put out a Request For Expressions of Interest (RFEI) aimed at developers who could build, a lá Hudson Yards, a platform over a 12.8-acre strip of railyard next to the Harlem River.

Will the South Bronx be getting a Hudson Yards of its own?

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One need only look at the skyline of Vancouver to see solid evidence of Bing Thom's talent. Read our full obituary here.

Bing Thom, 1940-2016

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We're reporting live from CoRe Foro Urbano CDMX 2016 in Mexico City!

What is the future of transportation in Mexico City?

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WeWork's latest NYC office bridges the Fulton Center's Sky Reflector-Net and the 127-year-old Corbin Building.

WeWork opens offices next to Fulton Center’s Sky Reflector-Net

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Jaume Plensa, the artist behind Chicago's Crown Fountain, is designing a sculpture for the public plaza of a luxury tower in San Diego.

Public art component added to San Diego’s “Super Prime” Pacific Gate development by KPF

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Studio Gang Architects beat out Allied Works Architecture, Shigeru Ban, Thomas Phifer and Partners, and Snøhetta to win the commission to expand the Arkansas Arts Center.

Studio Gang to design Arkansas Art Center expansion

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David Baker Architects, with Cervantes Design Associates, has released image of a new mixed-use affordable housing project in the Mission District, San Francisco.

100-percent affordable housing complex proposed for San Francisco’s Mission District

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Today the New York City Council passed critical legislation to regulate changes to deed restrictions, the covenants that determine the use of property.

NYC has a new law to prevent another Rivington House scandal

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The renovation of a warehouse into upscale restaurant Juniper was born from a collaboration between chef Nicholas Yanes and Austin-based studios, Sanders Architecture and Cravotta Interiors.

New Austin restaurant turns kitchen into “culinary stage” for guests to see food prep

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“As long as we keep allowing people to build market-rate waterfront property, there will be gentrification. Any development that takes place on the water will be so expensive that it will necessarily gentrify the waterfront. There’s just no doubt about it.” —Deborah Gans of Gans Studio and the Pratt Institute

Climate change displacement is becoming the new gentrification—here’s how to stop it

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Architects, designers, and engineers—want to help prevent another Oakland fire? Here's one way.

After Oakland, here’s how architects can help make DIY spaces safer

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Hollywood's latest development will bring 114 market-rate apartments, 2,100 square feet of commercial space, and a five-level, 201-stall parking garage to the fast-growing neighborhood.

Hollywood is getting a new midcentury modern-inspired tower

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Didn't make it to Design Miami/? See our highlights here.

Top picks from Miami’s art and design week

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Garrison Architects will design the expansion of this local Queens library.

East Elmhurst Community Library in Queens breaks ground on expansion

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From LG Electronics USA's stealthy duct-free AC unit to a Daniel Libeskind-designed radiator, see our top picks for innovative HVAC solutions.

Product>Innovations in HVAC systems

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Why is the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development a critical federal agency? Racially segregated housing used to be the law of the land, and we're still dealing with the consequences. Whoever leads HUD will inherit that legacy and ongoing challenge.

How institutionalized racism and housing policy segregated our cities

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According to The Municipal Art Society of New York's Public Assets online map, NYC classifies an area roughly double the size of Central Park as having “no current use.”

New online map reveals wealth of underused land in NYC

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Trump’s pick for the Transportation Transition position is the chairman of a lobbying firm that represents the National Asphalt Paving Association and the Association of American Railroads.

Chicago Transit Authority races to beat Trump inauguration to secure funding

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