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When the city unveiled its plan to reconstruct the Brooklyn Heights section of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway in 2018, neighbors were enraged. The New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) wanted not only to dump more trucks onto their residential streets, but also to shut down and...

When she was 22, Gita Ramanan stepped into a meeting room where 18 men were seated. “When is your boss coming?” one of them asked. Having recently been selected from among 150 architects for a competition to design a complex of 800 apartments, she gently...

THE HAGUE — A manifesto and love letter to the city in the 1970s, the book “Delirious New York” helped propel the reputation of a young, restless Dutch journalist-and-screenwriter-turned-architect.Nearly forgotten now, a display of drawings accompanied the book in 1978 — real and also wonderfully...

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