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August 11, 1998 | Associated Press
Part of a skyscraper wall fell apart Monday, showering bricks down 39 stories onto a Manhattan street where they punched a hole in the roof of a passing commuter bus, slightly injuring a passenger. Lexington Avenue between 46th and 47th streets was closed while sidewalk sheds and wooden walls were installed to protect passersby. It was the latest in a string of accidents involving objects falling from high buildings.
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August 11, 1998 | Associated Press
Part of a skyscraper wall fell apart Monday, showering bricks down 39 stories onto a Manhattan street where they punched a hole in the roof of a passing commuter bus, slightly injuring a passenger. Lexington Avenue between 46th and 47th streets was closed while sidewalk sheds and wooden walls were installed to protect passersby. It was the latest in a string of accidents involving objects falling from high buildings.
REAL ESTATE
July 19, 1987 | EVELYN De WOLFE, Times Staff Writer
Ask the four principals of two up-and-coming architectural firms how they perceive their work, and you get four different answers. Ask them how four can work better than one, and you're given an interesting formula for moving upward in today's competitive architectural community. The principals of Solberg & Lowe and the Felsenthal Paul Partnership have joined forces in a loose partnership not unlike members of a syndication group.
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