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Today's News - April 27, 2005

EDITOR'S NOTE: ArchNewsNow is going on the (Internet-deprived) road...the newsletter will return Wednesday, May 4. ------ It seems to be "culture vs. construction" all around NYC. -- Then there's NYC's Olympic bid, and recalling the city's two World's Fairs. -- It's back to the drawing board for Freedom Tower. -- Mulling mall plans in downtown Salt Lake City (developers will still have the last word - it's their money, after all). -- Forget baby boomers, Gen X'ers...now we have GUPPYS - green urban professionals who are young. -- A university builds a sustainable community in British Columbia. -- Starchitect-designed condos going for big bucks (like, $1,100/sq. ft.!). -- Two major projects opening in Ottawa and Montreal. -- Viñoly launches program of master classes and research grants. -- The Guggenheim continues to think big. -- Eco-friendly lumber gaining popularity (even Gibson Guitars has bought in).




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