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November 18, 2004, 9am PST
The new Time Warner Center will cost $1.8 billion and become the most expensive single building ever planted in American soil.
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November 10, 2004, 7am PST
An emerging national trend indicates that citizens are increasingly willing to pay to protect open space.
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October 13, 2004, 9am PDT
Is the campaign to realign the nation's environmental policies a needed adjustment, or a gutting of environment laws?
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July 20, 2004, 5am PDT
Despite a recent renaissance, the borough struggles to overcome a negative perception among big retailers.
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July 18, 2004, 1pm PDT
A new study from Rutgers University shows Long Island's suburbs sagging as New York City's numbers grow. One expert says, "This relentless suburbanization has reached its low tide."
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July 18, 2004, 5am PDT
Four teams of architects previewed plans for the abandoned railway corridor running along Manhattan's West Side.
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July 15, 2004, 5am PDT
Daniel Libeskind's suit against Silverstein Properties claims the developer is punishing the architect for protesting changes to the master plan.
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July 13, 2004, 10am PDT
Author Paco Underhill's new book looks at the effects of psychology on the shopping experience.
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June 30, 2004, 5am PDT
Once a working-class escape, Mastic Beach's dense grid and small lots have been a hindrance to development. Now local leaders are trying to undo decades of urban mismanagement.
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June 27, 2004, 9am PDT
Giant corporations are trying to create workspaces that encourage - or require - employees to get more exercise.
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June 22, 2004, 12pm PDT
The world-famous designer's next buildings will reshape Manhattan's skyline.
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June 14, 2004, 11am PDT
As Americans mourn the death of former President Reagan, Professor Peter Dreier remembers Reagan as the worst housing president ever.
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June 9, 2004, 9am PDT
Fess Parker, TV's 'Davy Crockett,' and the Chumash Indians hope to turn Santa Ynez into a vacation paradise. Locals fear a loss of community as the Chumash can ignore zoning through federal law.
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June 9, 2004, 5am PDT
Using a grant from Rehabilitation Through Photography, a year-long elective at one New York City school concentrated on redeveloping 5.5 acres of Flushing, Queens.
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June 6, 2004, 5am PDT
Despite 30,000,000 unused acres, the Department of the Interior hopes to lease more environmentally-sensitive areas to drilling firms. Watchdogs argue VP Cheney is using the plan as corporate welfare for his industry cronies.
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May 20, 2004, 8am PDT
After five decades, suburbanization may be slowing and even declining according to a study by Rutgers University.
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March 13, 2004, 11am PST
A study finds that the condition of children with asthma living near the World Trade Center was worsened by the 9/11 attack.
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March 12, 2004, 1pm PST
Residents and workers in Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn sued the Environmental Protection Agency for misleading the public about air quality after the 9/11 attacks
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February 29, 2004, 11am PST
The National Building Museum's new display spotlights developing housing for mixed income levels.
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January 22, 2004, 9am PST
New York's Nassau County economic development agencies operated as though they were exempt from financial rules, according to a county audit.
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