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So this is pretty exciting. Our 91-unit affordable housing building (with 17k feet of retail) known as MacArthur Park Apartments, above a Metro station in LA, is a finalist in the the ULI Global Awards for Excellence Competition. This was a six year effort, that we did in collaboration with Roschen Van Cleve Architects. It was a joint development led by McCormack Baron Salazar.

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We are excited to support The Code Studio and a talented group of team members to help with this effort, which will have a profound effect on shaping the future of LA 

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We are really excited to be supporting The Code Studio on this very important project to help shape the future of LA 

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Okay, it's not a whole book, it's just a chapter, but today, the Kindle edition of this anthology was released, http://www.amazon.com/Landscape-Urbanism-Discontents-Dissimulating-ebook/dp/B00CGNQVIE/ref=dp_kinw_strp_1. Chapter 4 of this book, is entitled, "The Metropolis versus the City and it is by me. The print version will be out in a few weeks, still, it's out in some form, and there are a number of very well known folks who write eloquently about urbanism who have essays in this book, and then there are folks like me who are just happy as hell to have been included.

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The publication of this anthology, edited by Andres Duany and Emily Talen, has been announced by the New Society Publishers. I am honored to have contributed a chapter, entitled, "The Metropolis versus the City" For those so inclined, it is possible to pre-order this book from the publisher, Amazon or Barnes and Noble at a substantial discount. http://www.newsociety.com/Books/L/Landscape-Urbanism-and-its-Discontents

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The publication of this anthology, edited by Andres Duany and Emily Talen, has been announced by the New Society Publishers. I am honored to have contributed a chapter, entitled, "The Metropolis versus the City" For those so inclined, it is possible to pre-order this book from the publisher, Amazon or Barnes and Noble at a substantial discount. 

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In Antigua, Guatemala: Two parallel streets one block apart. On celebrates the landscape in subtle ways. The street is framed by walls, but the landscape announces the presence of courtyards and gardens behind the walls. The other street is framed by a colonnade of trees. I like both of them
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A city nestled in the mountains, designed according to the Laws of the Indies
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