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From the Magazine: Informed decisions for investing in your firm's future. [ARCHITECT]
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Video of the Day: London's Barbican Centre hosted a parkour and photography event. [YouTube]
Seven Stories for Tuesday:
Conde Nast employees moved into New York's One World Trade Center, designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, on Monday. "The company's arrival was an extraordinary moment that passed in the most ordinary of ways, with employees simply walking in and taking an elevator to their floors." [The New York Times]
The New York City building that is the Tenement Museum today was condemned in 1935, and remained empty for more than 50 years. A resident from the building's early life returns to the site. [The New York Times]
Should the city of Boulder, Colo., landmark the 1955 Colorado Building, designed by James Hunter, which exceeds the city's modern height limit laws? [Daily Camera]
Photos of spooky abandoned real-life houses. [Slate]
Houston-based Ziegler Cooper Architects is scheduled to break ground Wednesday on Catalyst Houston, a luxury apartment high-rise. [Houston Business Journal]
The stories behind some of San Francisco's empty lots. [San Francisco]
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