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Today's News - August 3, 2005

EDITOR'S NOTE: There was a technical glitch (faulty URL) to yesterday's link for SMPS August '05 Build Business, so we lead with it again today - with correct link. -- In Auckland, big plans for a new town based on social, environment, and economic sustainability. -- Parramatta's "urban heart" gets a long-overdue jumpstart. -- A "civic investor" sees new urbanism as key to a new development in Florida. -- In Hoboken, NJ, a gentrification project builds around artists instead of evicting them for a "culturally anchored" neighborhood. -- L.A. moves to limit McMansion behemoths. -- A call for New York City to pay for parks with developer impact fees (other cities do it). -- Washington, DC, puts the brakes on a third major design project. -- The battle over Tel Aviv's Mann Auditorium is only just beginning. -- A Salt Lake City modernist library may not have the flash of the new, but deserves preservation. -- Cleveland courthouse renovation brings back its majesty. -- New Detroit airport terminal design is "mainstream modernist tradition" rather than flamboyant. -- Kent State has new architecture dean. -- DX National Design Conference in Toronto in October. -- AIA's $100,000 Latrobe Fellowship funds research to examine the link between healthcare design and healing rates.




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