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Today's News - Friday, April 13, 2007

San Francisco's new green tower set to be ""the most energy-efficient office building developed in an urban setting in the U.S." -- Glass boxes planned for Toronto's waterfront set the wrong tone. -- Vancouver's gritty back alleys could be an affordable housing gold mine. -- Colossal plans for Manhattan's Hudson Yards. -- Meier brings star power to Brooklyn. -- A Stone campus bites the dust (for a softball stadium, no less). -- New Minnesota stadium will look, well, "Minnesotan." -- Toronto should take street furniture lessons from Mexico City. -- Glazer explains how Modernist architecture has failed American cities. -- Bellini hitting his stride. -- Winner of Canada's Prix de Rome in Architecture for Emerging Practitioners will investigate abused, neglected urban spaces.

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