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Oct 8, 2014
The Denver Union Station Transit Improvement Project is among 25 projects honored by the Design Build Institute of America for excellence in design-build project delivery.
Infographic: John Burns Real Estate Consulting
Oct 7, 2014
More than 410,000 single- and multifamily home sales will be lost in 2014 due to student loan debt, according to analysis by John Burns Real Estate Consulting.
Image courtesy of John Gresko, HDR
An acquaintance recently asked me about the kinds of things I did on a day-to-day basis at work, anticipating a response loaded with enviable activities. She was wrong, writes HDR's John Gresko.
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Oct 7, 2014
The greater Raleigh, N.C., market appears to be getting back on its feet again, which is good news for rental property owners.
Oct 7, 2014
In this downloadable graphic, technologist Shaan Hurley dissects 37 cocktails and analyzes their architectural makeup. 
Photo: Norma Gòmez via Wikimedia Commons
Oct 6, 2014
The 76-year-old architect sees skyscrapers and the privatization of public space to be the most problematic parts of modern city design. 
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Oct 6, 2014
Houston has 19 million square feet of office space under construction, 54% more than a year ago, and its highest level since the booming 1980s, according to local news reports.
Oct 6, 2014
After a rejection earlier in the year, Frank Gehry has gotten some good news: his revised design for the Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial has received approval from the National Capital Planning Commission.
Oct 6, 2014
Gross billings at architecture firms have increased by 20% since 2011, according to a new report by the AIA.
Illustration: Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
Oct 6, 2014
Women account for more than half of the U.S. population. But even with significant gains over the past 25 years, their numbers and positions among the ranks of practicing architects appear to have stalled.
In their quest for total wellness, women today are more savvy healthcare consumers than ever before. They expect personalized, top-notch clinical care with seamless coordination at a reasonable cost, and in a convenient location. Is that...
All renderings courtesy Herzog & de Meuron and Ian Schrager Company, the project
Oct 3, 2014
Herzog & de Meuron will partner with interior designer John Pawson to design a 28-story tower for Manhattan's Bowery district. The majority of the building will house a 370-room hotel, with 11 luxury residences on its top. 
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Oct 3, 2014
A record 10.7 billion rides were taken on public transit in the United States last year. And a national survey of Americans finds that the speed, reliability, and cost, more than any other factors, determine people’s willingness and...