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  • GSA Regional Field Office Building

    A secondary glass façade provides sun shading and softens visual boundaries.

  • Louis Poulsen Receives AIA Collaborative Achievement Award

    The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has selected five recipients for its Institute Honors for Collaborative Achievement, the highest form of recognition bestowed by the institute on allied professionals and organizations who work in the field of architecture. This year's recipients are the...

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  • 3 Up, 3 Down: Demographics Forecast Hot and Cold Metros

    Apartment Finance Today polled three of the industry's top research houses to identify three markets with high demographic upside, and three others that have numbers working against them. Surprisingly, Fort Lauderdale emerged as one of the hottest, while Atlanta is expected to continue its slump.

  • Metroplex Flexes Recovery

    JOB GROWTH IS BACK—at least in Dallas/Forth Worth, Texas. And the return of jobs has led to strengthening demand across the entire metroplex, driving absorption to the highest level in a decade.

  • Market Movers

    NUMBERS MAY NOT LIE, BUT SOMETIMES they can make a liar out of conventional wisdom.

  • Permit Rules for Teardowns Are Tightening

    Teardowns aren't as common as they were during the boom, but they're still causing problems in some communities.

  • Residential Rainwater-Collection Systems

    Water for household use is within easy reach, but you have to filter and disinfect it first.