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Case Study: Starting Over in the Lower Ninth Ward Case Study: Starting Over in the Lower Ninth Ward

The Make It Right Foundation seeks a better approach to creating sustainable neighborhoods in New Orleans. More

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House Blend: November 2007

- Actor Brad Pitt along with real estate developer and philanthropist Steve Bing announce plans to build 150 affordable and sustainable homes in New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward. - Efforts to keep homes affordable and satisfy buyer demand for low-maintenance living have affected builders' choices in cladding materials. - Law firms are developing niche practices to work with borrowers, regulators, and lenders looking to sue mortgage lenders. More

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House Blend: November 2006

- The Wisconsin state legislature passes a law that requires home buyers, not builders, to pay impact fees. - California awards $210.7 million in housing grants to 42 counties. - Global Green USA and actor Brad Pitt have announced that Workshop APD has won the Sustainable Design Competition for New Orleans. More

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Starchitect

Some actors dream of rock stardom. Brad Pitt wants to be an architect. According to the U.K.-based Guardian newspaper, the 41-year-old movie star recently apprenticed at architect Frank Gehry's Los Angeles studio and is now putting his CAD skills to the test as a member of the design team for Gehry's $475 million seaside redevelopment project in the East Sussex city of Hove, England. More

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