AN Video> Richard Meier shows us around his model museum

Richard Meier. (AN)

Richard Meier. (AN)

Once a week, Richard Meier can be found at his model museum in the expansive Mana Contemporary arts complex in Jersey City. This is where he comes to work on collages, collaborate with screenprinter Gary Lichtenstein, and visit with his daughter Ana, who runs a furniture showroom next door.

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Jersey City learns from Las Vegas with this 90-story waterfront casino tower proposal

Liberty Rising. (Courtesy FRIEDMUTTER GROUP ARCHITECTS)

Liberty Rising. (Courtesy FRIEDMUTTER GROUP ARCHITECTS)

If a billionaire New Jersey investor gets his way, it will be a lot harder for lazy headline writers to call Jersey City the “New Brooklyn.” That’s because wealthy person Paul Fireman wants to bestow upon the city a very non-artisanal $4 billion sky-scraping casino and resort complex.

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Architecture 101> Harvard Students Tackle Policy and Design for Post-Sandy Resiliency

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A breakdown of Tramba and Johnson’s restructuring of the National Flood Insurance Program using Jersery City as a pilot site. (Courtesy Harvard GSD)

As the Rebuild By Design jury mulls over a winner of its resiliency-based design competition to re-imagine the East Coast in light of Hurricane Sandy, students in Harvard’s Graduate School of Design have been creating their own ways to protect against the Next Big Storm. While their studio, titled “Design and Politics,” was purely academic, it was modeled on the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s official competition. The Dutchman in charge of Rebuild, Henk Ovink, oversaw the interdisciplinary teams of students, and representatives from half of Rebuild’s final ten teams served as jurors at the studio review.

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Twin 50-Story Towers Will Join Jersey City Skyline

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Thursday, January 31, 2013
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Renderings by Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman + Associates Architects (Courtesy of Ironstate Architecture)

Renderings by Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman + Associates Architects (Courtesy of Ironstate Development)

After a nearly five-year delay, a $350 million mixed-use development in Jersey City is slated to break ground in the next few months. The Real Deal reports that the Jersey City Municipal Council and Planning Board approved plans back in December. Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman + Associates Architects will design the two 50-story towers at 70 and 90 Columbus Street. The 1.2 million-square-foot development, a joint venture by Ironstate Development and Panepinto Properties, will consist of a 150-room hotel and approximately 1,000 rental apartments in addition to retail space.

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