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The world's tallest building's observation deck "At the Top" gives the view of the Arabian desert from just 452 meters but does not actually lead in the field of observation decks. In fact, the 828-meter tall skyscraper in Dubai only makes third
Hines, which is building the 1.4 million-square-foot Transbay Tower with Boston Properties, has filed an application to build a 184-unit complex at 525 Harrison St., currently the Factory nightclub...The firm is currently designing two other Rincon
This semi-detached house tugged at the heartstrings of more than 40 buyers who booked private showings and twice as many that attended public open houses. A bidding war was generated between two young couples, which fetched a price above asking.
This decree was issued by a panel headed by Supreme Court President Asher Grunis. The State is required to address possibilities raised by the Nature and Parks Authority as an alternative to the fence. The petition was filed by environmental groups
UC Engineer Wins Major Nz Earthquake Engineering Research Award May 2, 2013 A University of Canterbury (UC) engineer has won the 2013 Earthquake Commission and the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering's Ivan Skinner Award for the
Caters News Agency The final piece of the spire atop One World Trade Center...It is the pinnacle that will make One World Trade Center one of the Western Hemisphere's tallest buildings. The steel destined to become the tip of the skyscraper's spire
Plans for a new house on a vacant lot at 247 Pleasant Street are moving forward following approval by the Historic Districts Commission at a formal hearing Thursday night, April 25. The property owner's architect worked with the commission to come up
Submitted by allienorton on Tue, 04/30/2013 - 17:25 in People looking to burn approved combustibles will need an additional permit for State areas starting tomorrow. The North Coast Unified Air Quality Management District requires a burn permit
Mark Lowther said the man was a welder working to install metal roofing on a structure being built to store equipment at an agricultural business. Lowther said the man was wearing a safety harness, but had unhooked it to reach for some materials.
The Novel" (Doubleday), by Edward Rutherfurd Paris has been both good and bad to the aristocratic de Cygne family over the centuries. While one generation was welcome at the nearby court of Versailles, another faced the guillotine during the Reign of