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    According to Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies, existing and new single-family home sales are significantly higher than last year’s figures.

  • Being There

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  • People to People

    The heart of architecture is connecting people.

  • Cooper Union to Introduce Tuition

    The signature Thom Mayne–designed Cooper Union building casts a shadow over the design school’s financial future, which announced that it will begin charging tuition from graduate students.

  • National Architectural Internship Program Finalized

    The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) earlier this month completed the three-phase rollout of its Intern Development Program 2.0. NCARB’s program updates also include a revamped online reporting system and a provision that allows some program supervisors to participate...

  • Water-Treatment Plants

    Wastewater-treatment plants used to be dirty buildings. Today, architects are cleaning them up.

  • Local Market: Jackson, Miss.

    A look at local market conditions in Jackson, Miss.

  • New Princeton Dean Answers Critics

    Newly minted dean of Princeton’s School of Architecture Alejandro Zaera-Polo addresses students’ complaints over his appointment.

  • The Next Files: Ken Andrews, Arch11

    Ken Andrews of Boulder, Colo.-based Arch11 combines practice and teaching in a way that enriches both.

  • School of Hard Knocks

    Tuition is rising for architecture students, even as graduates face bleak unemployment.