ICYMI: Lord Aeck Sargent founding principal Terrance "Terry" Sargent died. San Francisco votes in support of the Pier 70 project.

Quote of the Day: "It's bold, I think we can say that. It's a bold piece." —Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel on the first round of Lucas Museum of Narrative Art renderings. [Chicago Tribune]

Number of the Day: $286.7 million—the estimated cost of the new D.C. United Stadium, according to a new report. [Curbed DC]

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Six Stories for Thursday:

Two steel bolts fell from Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partner's Leadenhall building (a.k.a. the "Cheesegrater") in London. [The Guardian]

One Detroit Center, the 45-story Neo-Gothic building—the tallest in the state of Michigan—is up for sale for around $100 million. [The Detroit News]

Five innovative ways to design with mirrors. [Haute Living]

Is New York City properly equipped for future natural disasters? [The Guardian]

A tour of Baltimore's Brutalist architecture, including the hangout of The Wire's Marlo. [City Paper]

Artist Kyle Danley honored Detroit architect Albert Kahn with a mural. [Metro Times]

Step Up, Step Down:

Chris Morrison, FAIA, was named managing director of Perkins+Will's Washington, D.C., office. [Perkins+Will]

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