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In Our October 2010 Issue: News Roundup

October 1, 2010

By Jenna M. McKnight

UN Headquarters Gets $1.8 Billion Facelift

Below is a roundup of news stories featured in the October 2010 print edition of RECORD. To stay on top of the news, be sure to check out our blogs, First Word and News Notebook, along with our daily news wire, which features stories from major media sources around the globe.

Photo © Jenna M. McKnight

 

  Recovery? What Recovery?
  UN Headquarters Gets $1.8 Billion Facelift
  A Decades-Old Project Finally Gets Built
  New Library by Holl Part of Grand Plan for Hunters Point
  Work to Begin on Viñoly’s Kennedy Institute in Boston
  In Aspen, Wrecking Ball May Swing on Weese Building
  Zaha Tapped for Iraq Project
  The Stantec Buying Spree
  Toyo Ito Wins Global Arts Prize
  Pugh + Scarpa Split Up
  AutoCAD for Macs
  Not Your Standard Sukkah
  Key Leaders Quit RMJM
  Billings Rise

 

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