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The New York Times ran a weekend profile on Dutch planting designer Piet Oudolf, who is now at work on plans for the High Line. The Home & Garden piece paints Piet as somewhat of a revolutionary in his holisitic approach to plant life cycle. He claims,“The skeletons of the plants are for me as important as the flowers," and picks plant species for their structural integrity, even in the leafless dead of winter.
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Following up on Crains' reporting last week,  the Times reports this morning on bidding developers' (anonymous) initial responses to the MTA's request for new information (the Times reporter says "new bids," although that's not how the MTA framed it)  reflecting the transit authority's desire to lease, ra
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The Times reports that ad firm Ogilvy-Mather plans to take over a building at 11th Avenue & 47th Street, making them pioneers on the Far West side. Though, it must be noted, their building is not really all *that* close to the Rail Yards site.

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