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Today's News - March 15, 2006

It's housing vs. industry in many urban centers. -- A new strategy for downtown San Diego, but questions raised. -- Congestion pricing for Manhattan could work if planners get over their fear of a sacred cow. -- A Chinese city you've probably never heard of is probably the fastest-growing city on earth. -- The "elegant austerity" of shacks built by Japan's homeless is attracting international attention. -- Washington Nationals' stadium design draws lukewarm reception. -- A titanic team for Harrah's Caesars Singapore (beware the Ides of March - and iPort). -- Looks like Sudjic won't have much time for writing anymore (that makes us a bit sad). -- Cooper-Hewitt expands to a virtual frontier (certainly cheaper than Manhattan real estate). -- One we couldn't resist: a "notoriously cheap, arrogant" architect could be the next "Bachelor" (reality TV at its most unreal?).

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