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Today's News - Thursday, September 13, 2007

An insider's look at two new mixed-use developments in China. -- On time and within budget (with a few details lost to value engineering, Beijing airport ready for its close-up. -- A blueprint to protect Liverpool's waterfront heritage will be "a case study to analyze UNESCO's approach to the way historic urban landscapes are preserved." -- Sustainable development in Mexico gathers steam (but still has a way to go). -- A series offers different takes on the upsides and downsides of New Haven's downtown revival. -- Cues from Jane Jacobs could help current affordable housing woes (but too often federal rules make "imagination difficult"). -- Big changes in Harlem, but Gardner finds "most of it is woefully undistinguished." -- Cities that don't getting serious about public transit are "on the slow road to nowhere," says Hume. -- Cleveland's transit state of mind is "an example worth following," says Litt. -- Goldhagen has a very interesting take on Stern's Bush Library win. -- Russell finds Philadelphia Museum's Perelman expansion "pleasingly informal," but it "could have been bolder." -- A 1980 Gehry channeled via Jerde: plans approved for Santa Monica mall makeover. -- An eyeful of recent religious institutions. -- McDonald's Canada taking a cue from Starbucks style. -- Sidewalks and asphalt finally disappearing from German town (along with road rules and signs). -- At 96, Shulman is still shooting.

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