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Today's News - July 20, 2005

Dublin has big plans for urban renewal; now all it needs is developers. -- In Pittsburgh, art and science are renewing the city's polluted industrial waterfront. -- Floridians are running out of space (but will they ever get out of their cars?). -- BD&C annual 300 Giants - and their battle to keep talented troops. -- A suburban grocery store in Wisconsin proves if you "hold big-box retailers' feet to the fire," you can actually end up with neighborhood-friendly design. -- In San Francisco, George Lucas may have taken the Presidio, but the Wayans brothers have big plans for Oakland waterfront. -- Hotel/condo conversion fever hits S.F.'s famous Fairmont. -- Maki tapped to design Taipei's newest landmark tower. -- Dynamic design duo also owns one of Tokyo's hippest night spots. -- Call for entries for Perth housing. -- Call for proposals for a year-long series of programs about the current state and future potential of architecture. -- One we couldn't resist: Ivana out-trumps Trump in Las Vegas?




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