Development

 

Development

  • City on the Strip

    With CityCenter, its new megaproject featuring buildings by Norman Foster, Helmut Jahn, and other marquee names, MGM Mirage proposes a Las Vegas that's more urban, less ersatz.

     
  • Everything Must Go: Brian Ulrich's Photographs of Dark Stores and Dead Malls

    Chicago photographer Brian Ulrich has traveled the country documenting the fallout of the recession: scores of dead and dying retail establishments.

     
  • GIS and Data-Enriched Design

    Long a favorite tool of planners, GIS technology holds exciting possibilities for architects, as well.

     
  • Washington, D.C.

    Although the nation’s capital bought into the “Yes, we can!” mentality, economic pressures have largely stifled private development in Washington, D.C.

     
  • Futures of the Past: Where Is Historic Preservation Headed?

    The National Trust for Historic Preservation is losing longtime president Richard Moe. How has the movement changed under his tenure, and what are its possible futures?

     
  • Listening to the Land: Site Design Merges with Building Design

    The fundamental principals of landscape architecture and site design are now resonating with developers, investors, and corporate users and in turn, also are influencing building design.

     
  • Chicago's Brininstool + Lynch Adds SOM Partner, Creates New Firm

    David Brininstool and Brad Lynch have closed their 20-year-old firm and added Skidmore, Owings & Merrill managing partner Tom Kerwin to form Brininstool, Kerwin and Lynch.

     
  • Lexington, Ky.

    Although it has struggled with the issue of how to grow without destroying its past, Lexington now has a plan that blends the old with the new.

     
  • Henkel Headquarters

    An office building by Will Bruder+Partners and CH2M Hill anchors a new development in Scottsdale, Ariz.

     
  • Listening to the Land: Site Design Merges with Building Design

    The fundamental principals of landscape architecture and site design are now resonating with developers, investors, and corporate users and in turn, also are influencing building design.

     
 
 
 
 

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