Today’s News - Thursday, May 9, 2002
Greetings from steamy Charlotte, North Carolina (the sun isn't up yet, and it's already hot). Because keynote events at the AIA convention begin at 8 am, the news is early today (and will be again tomorrow). Full report next week&hellipif I don't melt first! - kr
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Request for Qualifications June 11, 2002: Design for a Social Security Administration Call Center and Office Space- General Services Administration (GSA)
32-story office tower planned for city: Cira Centre would be constructed next to 30th Street Station - Cesar Pelli [image]- Philadelphia Inquirer
$2.4-Billion Downtown L.A. Renewal Plan OKd: Housing, jobs vowed in blighted areas. Officials downplay possible NFL stadium.- Los Angeles Times
Lakefront project could make waves: Design of proposed building evokes Calatrava touch on nearby art museum. By Whitney Gould - McClintock Architects [images]- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Developers pitch future of Old Mint: Museum, housing, stores proposed- San Francisco Chronicle
Down with EU [European Union] stars, run up stripes: radical new version takes colours from the banners of all the member states...will anyone salute it? - Rem Koolhaas [image]- BBC
Walking key to urban areas, says Danish planning guru: Speech focuses on what can make city a healthy environment - Jan Gehl- Victoria Times Colonist (Canada)
Cleveland: Saint Luke's Campus Revitalization To Lead Neighborhood Renaissance with $70 Million Investment in Healthcare Services, Residential and Commercial Development - The Smith Group JJR- PRNewswire
Lend Lease seals $112m deal on HQ...on Sydney's CBD waterfront- Australian Financial Review
Megachurches as Minitowns: No longer simply places to worship, they have become part resort, part mall, part extended family and part town square.- New York Times
Farewell Berkeley Square: Venerable ad agency JWT is quitting its historic home - in search of a 21st century way of doing business - DEGW- The Financial Times (UK)
Designs on modernity: The sheer scale of the new Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh is breathtaking. (The Scotsman)- Hoover's
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