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steel-and-glass

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  • With its modern steel-and-glass facade, it rivals any of the ultra-contemporary condos gracing the Meatpacking District, and inside, the $14 million elevator building features reflecting pools, Indian slate floors, Tibetan wool carpets and a five-story waterfall.

    Ponying Up for Forever

  • The house has a thick steel-and-glass security door inside an entryway, and a small apartment on the ground floor that was used by the Strauss-Kahn security team.

    Strauss-Kahn House Reduced Again

  • A steel-and-glass structure coming up nearby will house the biologics facility, the fulcrum of future growth.

    Dr. Reddy's Rejuvenation

  • Mark Feldberg The result is a 6,000-square-foot steel-and-glass structure that looks like a long glass bracket nestled against a steep forested hill.

    A Dream House in Carmel -- Photos

  • A steel-and-glass structure coming up nearby will house the biologics facility, the fulcrum of future growth.

    Dr. Reddy's Renewed Charge Signals New Hope For Indian Drugmakers

  • A steel-and-glass structure coming up nearby will house the biologics facility, the fulcrum of future growth.

    Dr. Reddy's Rejuvenation

  • Fully renovated in 2007 then shuttered in 2009, the steel-and-glass hotel stands as a conspicuous symbol of Detroit's stunted redevelopment efforts.

    Hotel Mirrors Detroit's Woes

  • Fabrizio Costantini for The Wall Street Journal Fully renovated in 2007 then shuttered in 2009, the steel-and-glass former Hotel Pontchartrain stands across the street from the Cobo Center convention hall as a conspicuous symbol of Detroit's stunted redevelopment efforts.

    A Dark Reminder of Detroit's Distress

  • A Dark Reminder of Detroit's Distress Fabrizio Costantini for The Wall Street Journal Fully renovated in 2007 then shuttered in 2009, the steel-and-glass former Hotel Pontchartrain stands across the street from the Cobo Center convention hall as a conspicuous symbol of Detroit's stunted redevelopment efforts.

    Hotel Mirrors Detroit's Woes

  • In Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, the camera lingers lovingly on gleaming steel-and-glass tower blocks as clouds are speeded up in the sky to suggest nature in turmoil, while down below on the city streets crowds of ordinary mortals trudge past in portentous slow motion.

    Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps – review

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