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Demolition of writer's former home has Los Angeles re-examining its history

By JOHN ROGERS

The destruction of Ray Bradbury's home surprised some people because the guy who knocked it down was one of the city's most prominent architects, Thom Mayne.



Fight over $32B plan delays NYC subways

By MEGHAN BARR

The transit agency could be forced to refund money to contractors for expansion projects if the budget debate isn't resolved 18 months from now.


DSA says 65,000 people now live in downtown Seattle, more coming

By JON SILVER

A Commute Seattle survey showed the number of people commuting downtown by transit and other alternative modes has increased to 69 percent.


LA rolls out new online database of historic sites

By JOHN ROGERS

Officials say this will help the city keep track of its historic resources, help tourists find them and possibly prevent people from tearing them down.


Clean-up of Oregon's Coos Head nearly finished

By CARLY MAYBERRY

A confederation of tribes may redevelop the land with interpretive trails and community and conference gathering spaces.


Smith Cove Park on Elliott Bay will expand and add amenities

By LYNN PORTER

The Friends of Smith Cove Park is looking for a landscape architect to create a conceptual plan.


Hanford cleanup needs $110B more

The Energy Department estimates it will cost $110 billion to finish environmental cleanup work at the Hanford nuclear reservation.


Conn. town wants to open Maurice Sendak museum

By MICHAEL MELIA

Officials have set their sights on a vacant modernist building in Ridgefield designed by acclaimed architect Philip Johnson.


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Engineers and architects who design green roofs are using a new modeling tool to calculate the amount of stormwater a roof will retain.

Millennials are starting to enter the market and are looking for earth-friendly, smaller homes with more amenities.

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