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Today's News - April 25, 2006

New Suburbanism explained. -- First look at Gehry's vision for Grand Avenue, but will retailers share the vision? -- The problem with high rises is how not how they touch the sky, but they touch the street. -- Insights on sustainability. -- Condo project may not be the swankiest, but it's very green. -- Piano expansion fits the Morgan "perfectly." -- Chicago's Soldier Field loss of landmark status "likely to help prevent other historic landmarks from being similarly marred." -- Plans for Mies library: "renovation futile." -- Making clear the difference between architects and quantity surveyors in Tanzania. -- Why public spaces are so vital. -- SFMoMA's shortlist for "a model of a new sort of urban plaza" atop a parking garage. -- $1 million for Holcim Awards for sustainable construction winners. -- 2006 Venice Architecture Biennale's U.S. Pavilion to be led again by Arch Record.

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