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    The Carnegie Museum of Art lifts the fig leaf from its 100-year-old collection of plaster casts.

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    The Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA), a group formed in 2001 to redevelop the aging 1930s transit station located at Mission and 1st streets, put out an international call last year for architect-developer teams to design the city's Transbay neighborhood.

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    So much depends on Ed Blakely, the planner charged with pushing the recovery effort from idea to reality.

  • Welcome To Monticello

    A visitors center by ayers/saint/gross builds on the legacy of America's third president and first architect, Thomas Jefferson.

  • Charlotte, N.C.

    Smart development options downtown and on the outskirts are keeping the banking and finance hub that is Charlotte on an upward course.

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  • Now You See It…

    Like many U.S. cities, Washington, D.C., is booming. But capital expansion comes at a price. The city's library system may abandon its Mies-designed headquarters. The site is ripe for redevelopment, and the building's future is unclear.