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Today's News - January 19, 2005

Students' innovative study of L.A. housing crisis wins big. -- Aquarium won't solve Toronto's tourism problems. -- Plans for Manhattan's Hudson Yards miss the mark: "Architects who have invested the most time in developing a broader, more enlightened view of how cities function are typically pushed to the sidelines." -- Aqua development in Miami mixes high design and new urbanism...sort of. -- Preservationists and developers on the same page for Vancouver neighborhood. -- Not so for Toronto icon. -- Hadid's opera house in China underway. -- A new HQ in London is "one of the best, most thoughtful pieces of architecture to arrive in the capital for a long time." -- A big development in the docklands area of Drogheda gets bigger. -- Getting to the top of the Empire State Building will be more entertaining. -- A Paul Rudolph penthouse in New York in the middle of a not-so-neighborly feud. -- Big names, bright lights: Edinburgh gets a boost as host to Stirling Prize ceremonies in October. -- Alsop's visions on view in Manchester.

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