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Architecture

Life on the Lower East Side: A profile of photographer Rebecca Lepkoff.

A Neighborhood for Sale: The Battle for Stuy Town and Peter Cooper Village.

Architectural Boundaries: Artist and Architect Maya Lin discusses her design for the MUSEUM OF CHINESE IN THE AMERICAS.

An Extraordinary Hoome: Architect Philip Johnson's former home is opened to the public for the first time.

Hidden New York: For one weekend in October, the city opened its doors.

MoMA Returns: NYV celebrates the reopening of the Museum of Modern Art.

The Renovation: A look at this $700 million "architectural striptease."

Restoring the Temple: The Eldridge Street Synagogue on the Lower East Side is a place where thousands worshipped, but which time and indifference almost destroyed.

Saving the Sidewalks: A tribute to the late author and critic Jane Jacobs.

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