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2 Multifamily Projects Win 2016 AIA/HUD Secretary Award
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2 Multifamily Projects Win 2016 AIA/HUD Secretary Award

The two projects from Oakland, Calif., and Chicago were recognized for excellence... More

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The Future of Affordable Housing

Experts discuss the future of affordable housing at an event in San Francisco hosted by Home Matters in partnership with the American Institute of Architects earlier this week. More

19th-Century Mall Reinvented as Mix of Micro Lofts, Retail
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19th-Century Mall Reinvented as Mix of Micro Lofts, Retail

The nation’s first enclosed mall, modeled after historic European arcades, is... More

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Alluring Peak: Architects Create Zero Net Energy Designs

Tetris Block, a special recognition winner for the Architecture at Zero competition, takes a pragmatic approach to designing a mixed-use building that produces at least as much energy as it uses. More

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Standardization Drives Start-up’s Apartment-Building Process

Having launched in 2012, the company intends to open factories in at least four more cities by 2016. More

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February Jobs: Construction Adds Big; So Does Architecture and Engineering February Jobs: Construction Adds Big; So Does Architecture and Engineering

In the BLS’s February 2013 employment report, the economy added 236,000 jobs. The architectural and engineering services sector added 3,100 jobs, and the construction industry added a whopping 48,000 new jobs. More

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A Happy New Year for Residential Starts and Architectural Inquiries

The year is off to a good start in terms of housing data. According to the U.S. Census Bureau and HUD, new residential construction permits, starts, and completions all grew more than expected in January. More

Dattner Architects and Grimshaw Architects Complete Via Verde
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Dattner Architects and Grimshaw Architects Complete Via Verde

Gardening becomes a way of life for residents of the newly opened Via Verde, a... More

Old Jail Reborn as Multi-Use Complex
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Old Jail Reborn as Multi-Use Complex

Once an eyesore, an old jail becomes a multi-use complex in Salem, Mass., thanks... More

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Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn.

Community spirit is helping Music City build and grow. More

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