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The 93-suite Lodge Condominiums at Giant Ridge in Biwabik, Minn., recently converted from a traditional hotel format to a condominium/resort...

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Red Robin Gourmet Burgers has replaced 12,000 standard incandescent and halogen lights in more than 150 of its restaurants with more efficient seven-...
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Hospitals are energy gluttons. With 24/7/365 operating schedules and stringent requirements for air quality in ORs and other clinical areas, an acute...
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It's big news in any city when a new billion-dollar hospital is announced. Imagine what it must be like to have not one, not two, but three such...
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Mid-twentieth-century projects are in a state of limbo. In many cities, safeguards against quick demolition don't even cover “new” buildings built...
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At one time the tallest building west of the Mississippi, the Foshay Tower has stood proudly on the Minneapolis skyline since 1929. Built by Wilbur...
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Once an elegant and fashionably trendy locale, the Presidential Hotel played host to the 1928 Republican National Convention where Herbert Hoover was...
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It's early June, in Las Vegas, which means it's very hot, and I am coming to the end of a hardhat tour of the $9.2 billion CityCenter development, a...
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Built in 1928 as a shining Art Deco beacon for the upper Midwest, the Sears building in Minneapolis—with its 16-story central tower, department store...
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11. Operating Room-Integrated MRI will Help Neurosurgeons Get it Right the First Time A major limitation of traditional brain cancer surgery is...