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Located in the highly sought-after Upper Rancho neighborhood of north Arcadia, this brand new estate property w/ Spanish Revival exterior features outstanding curb appeal, mature landscaping, premium architectural design w/ exquisite quality and amenities galore.


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Fri Aug 01, 2014

The Richmond Review

Partnership brings affordable housing project a step closer

Six non-profit groups have come together to fund the construction and management of Storeys, a 129-unit affordable housing complex to be built on the former site of Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant near Richmond City Hall.


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The Post-Standard

Achievers: State University College at Delhi students graduate

Zerina Becirspahic , of Syracuse, majored in architectural design and building; Keegan Bolan , of LaFayette, majored in construction technology, summa cum laude; Amy Bushnoe , of Liverpool, majored in nursing, magna cum laude; Mark Dewan , of Fayetteville, majored in welding; Kenneth Favreau , of LaFayette, majored in computer information systems; ... (more)


Related Topix: Syracuse, NY, Arts, Liverpool, NY, Fayetteville, NY, Cicero, NY

Sys-Con Media

Presidio Residential Capital and Summit Homes Partner to Build Five-Acre Community in Las Vegas

Land development will begin in January 2015, and home construction will begin in March 2015.


Related Topix: Las Vegas, THQ, Las Vegas, NV, Video Games, Home Building, Home, Downtown (San Diego, CA), Arts

Truro Daily News

Concerted effort to bring art centre to fruitition

It wasn't a dramatic announcement, even though it was made in a theater setting, but it was welcomed with a resounding round of applause.


Related Topix: Arts, Opinion

Painting/Wallcovering Contractor

To Europe, with LEGO Love

The architectural geniuses of Europe have gifted mankind with the world's greatest glass, stone and marble masterpieces, but there is one medium they have missed: LEGO bricks.


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Thu Jul 31, 2014

Daily Record

Andy Towne | GWWO

GWWO Inc./Architects, of Baltimore, has added Andy Towne as an architect. Prior to joining GWWO, Towne worked for multiple firms in Tucson, Arizona, including Bright/Kliman Architects, Bright Design Associates and Architectural Design Group and most recently spent the past five years working in Bel Air as a project manager at Edmeades & Stromdahl, ... (more)


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The Telegraph

Water leak in 300-yr-old Ahom temple

Sivasagar, July 31 : The 300-year-old Ahom-era Joydol at Joysagar is under threat after experts found water leaking from some portions of the temple.


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Wed Jul 30, 2014

Perot Museum is a new Dallas gem

Where in Texas can you see prehistoric tyrannosaurs, sauropods, ceratopsians, ornithomimids and raptors in addition to raw gemstones, medical advances, facts about the solar system and scientific developments on earth all under one roof? Open only since December 2012, the 180,000 square foot Perot Museum of Nature and Science , located in Victory ... (more)


Related Topix: Arts, Dinosaur, Science, Paleontology

Naugatuck Daily News

Design for fire school goes out to bid

State Sen. Joseph Crisco , whose district includes Beacon Falls, recently announced the design for the school has gone out to bid.


Related Topix: Beacon Falls, CT, Derby, CT, Arts

Daily Echo

Winchester to host national awards

The city council is setting aside A 19,500 to help organise the Civic Trust Awards to be held at the Guildhall.


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Tue Jul 29, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Jersey City residents voice opposition to proposed Saint Peter's University tower

Jersey City residents living near where Saint Peter's University plans to build a residential tower are still voicing their concerns months after the city passed an ordinance allowing it to be built up to 21 stories tall.


Related Topix: Jersey City, NJ, Arts

Mon Jul 28, 2014

The Washington Post

Along new Silver Line, a utilitarian approach

The architectural design of the new Silver Line stations won't make your heart sing.


Related Topix: Arts, Washington, Washington Government, Entertainment, Health

Sun Jul 27, 2014

Kincardineshire Today

Last minute decision to study architecture pays off for Bervie student

A last minute decision to apply for the architecture course at Robert Gordon University has paid off for a Bervie graduate.


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Fri Jul 25, 2014

Finance and Commerce

Top Projects: Duluth International Airport terminal

Editor's note: This is the sixth installment in Finance & Commerce's Top Projects of 2013 series.


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CBC News

Some Moncton architecture 'not very fair' to homeless

Moncton residents are debating some architectural design elements along city streets that are intended to be so uncomfortable that it discourages people from loitering or sleeping in the area.


Related Topix: Arts, Canada

Thu Jul 24, 2014

Darkroom Contemporary Presents BLUEPRINT at the City Hall, July 28 - August 2

Darkroom Contemporary presents their latest evening length dance work enititled BLUEPRINT, an innovative new piece inspired by architecture and design concepts.


Related Topix: Arts, Dance

The Weekly Packet

Blue Hill Co-op celebrates 40 years, reveals relocation plans

The Blue Hill Co-op threw a picnic to mark its 40th anniversary, sharing plans, drawings and a site walk-through for its proposed building on South Street.


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Hispanic Business

Roberts Realty Investors Inc Files (8-K) Disclosing Other Events

Item 8.01 Other Events. Consistent with our reported business plan, for the last two years we have reduced our debt and annual operating expenses through the disposition of specific non-core properties.


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Wed Jul 23, 2014

Deutsches Haus asked to revisit design of new location, website reports

MATTHEW HINTON / THE TIMES-PICAYUNE Stewart Eastmen, who left the neighborhood after being flooded out during Katrina, left, and Michael Messina, who grew up two blocks away, enjoy beer and laughs on the last night of Oktoberfest at Deutsches Haus before the German Heritage society relocates to Metairie Saturday October 23, 2010.


Related Topix: World News, Germany, Metairie, LA, Arts