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Today's News - February 23, 2005

The Economist (UK) offers its first survey the New York City since 1983 (things are looking up). -- An international research project to measure how cities profit from encouraging the "creative class." -- Of new urbanism, temporary urbanism, public spaces...and bicycles. -- A new niche market for senior housing: themed communities. -- Move over baby boomers: new campus architecture for the "millennial generation." -- Fordham has big plans that will add to midtown Manhattan "gigantism." -- New tool for reducing campus greenhouse gas emissions. -- New findings to improve healthcare design. -- Big plans for Dublin's historic - but rundown - Parnell Square. -- Kamin takes on the "McArchitecture" of "McBank" branches popping up everywhere. -- Impressive list vies for Washington, DC stadium. -- Alaska getting closer to choosing its Capitol Building design. -- A survey to define the icon of U.K. region...London Eye or "a horrid new 'sustainable community'." -- Colorado awaits its own "Gates."


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