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  • "The best office sites are already taken"
    -- "The stumbling block for big new projects is the acute shortage of suitable space, which will continue to place a premium on those sites which boast the aspect that most tenants want: a view." (smh_00.01.17)
  • Miracle Recovery: Boston's famed 'sick building' ... not only has new owners and a new name ..."
    -- "It now has a new title: Office Building of the Year" (Richard Kindleberger, Bruce Butterfield, bg_00.01.16)

  • " The Passages of Paris and of Benjamin's Mind"
    -- "In a building by Williams and Tsien, for example, a door is seldom just a door ..." (Herbert Muschamp, nyt_00.01.16)

  • "Trump Tower Is Top Sty In Apple's Eye"
    -- "Trump Tower was the runaway winner -- chosen by nearly one out of every 10 write-in voters." (Gersh Kuntzman, nyp_00.01.16)

  • "Shaping the city: Rating Influences on the Urban Setting, Past and Future"
    -- "The winter 1999 issue of Housing Facts & Findings caught my attention last month with an article headlined, 'The American Metropolis at Century's End: Past and Future Influences.'" (Roger K. Lewis, wp_00.01.15)

  • "Design differences erupt as South Beach envisions its future"
    -- "It's one of the craziest things I've ever seen in my entire life ... They virtually tell the architects how to design the project -- no matter who the architect is." (Riccardo Olivieri in Peter Whoriskey, mh_00.01.14)
  • "Millennium Wheel needs work on all capsules"
    -- "All 32 passenger capsules on the Millennium Wheel will need alterations to make them safe ..." (itn_00.01.14)   *** more
  • "Time Warner Columbus Centre Plans May Even Be Enhanced"
    -- "Word of AOL's $173 billion merger with Time Warner dropped a stunning plot twist into the city's longest-running real estate soap opera." (Steve Cuozzo, nyp_00.01.12)
  • "City plans massive office tower"
    -- "Three architectural teams are finalists today for the chance to build the largest, costliest building for the city of Denver ... Their designs are top secret ..." (Emily Narvaes, dp_00.01.12)
  • "Editorial: Green light for Telfair"
    -- "This museum will sit on Telfair Square, one of downtown's historic green jewels (providing one can overlook the bathroom tiles on the Juliette Gordon Low buildings)." (smn_00.01.12)   + more
  • "New Irish embassy sited at 'Checkpoint Charlie' "
    -- "Philip Johnson's stark, modernist business centre, which houses the embassy, is a gleaming manifestation of the new Berlin ..." (Denis Staunton, it_00.01.11)

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